McSweeney's Issue 22: Vol. 22

McSweeney's Issue 22: Vol. 22

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This new and brilliant issue of "McSweeney's" comes in three parts, held together by a magnet. In the first, poets including Michael Ondaatje and Denis Johnson initiate poet-chains, picking a poem of their own and one by another poet, who then does the same, and so on. In the second, F. Scott Fitzgerald provides unused story premises first catalogued in "The Crack-Up"; his mission is completed by new writers. In the third, the president of France's legendary Oulipians offers a rare glimpse into his group's current experiments with linguistic constraint. Freedom's just another word for nothing left to more

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  • Hardback | 480 pages
  • 141 x 192 x 46mm | 942g
  • Penguin Books Ltd
  • Hamish Hamilton Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • tbc
  • 0241143764
  • 9780241143766
  • 1,065,945

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Originally a small journal begun by Dave Eggers to publish work rejected from other publications, McSweeney's is today one of America's best and most widely circulated literary magazines. Its compilers are committed to finding new voices, publishing the work of gifted but underappreciated writers, and pushing the literary form forward at all times. Published on a roughly quarterly schedule, each issue of McSweeney's is unique in both design and more

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