Former Paris Review editor to launch new magazine

Brigid Hughes, George Plimpton’s successor at The Paris Review, plans to start a quarterly literary magazine, A Public Space, that will feature poetry and fiction.

“I really think there’s a place for a magazine that puts literature centre stage, reminds us of why we read stories and why we read poems,” Hughes reportedly told the A.P.


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