Jun 20, 2012 @ 4:00:00 am
n+1 is launching a series of ebooks that will excerpt selections from their archives. First up, Bad Education, featuring a sampling of “the magazine’s best and crankiest writings about education,” with essays by Christian Lorentzen, Keith Gessen, Astra Taylor, and more.
In its heyday, The Baffler magazine was known mainly for two things: witty cultural criticism and an erratic publishing cycle. Due to an array of problems—most notably a fire in the office in 2001—one could never be sure when the next issue of the “journal that blunts the cutting edge” would arrive. But the revamped magazine is on a roll. The latest issue is going to come out on schedule later this month, and judging from some of the stories listed on their website (Heather Havrilesky on Girls, Chris Lehmann on the Washington Post, a special section
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