n+1, Issue 12: Conversion Experience (Fall 2011)

n+1, Issue 12: Conversion Experience (Fall 2011)

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n+1 is a brand new York–based American literary journal that publishes social feedback, political remark, essays, artwork, poetry, e-book experiences, and brief fiction. it's released thrice every year, and content material is released on its web site a number of occasions every one week. each one print factor averages round 2 hundred pages in length.


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Read this journal when you like: leftist politics and something literary.


Issue Twelve - Conversion event, Fall 2011: 171 pages

Against intervention, domestic in Baltimore, captivated with Gchat. Mark Greif in Stanley Cavell’s school room and Kent Russell in juggalo kingdom. Helen DeWitt’s new novel.

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