Freeman's: The Future of New Writing

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Product Details

Price
$16.00  $14.72
Publisher
Grove Press
Publish Date
Pages
320
Dimensions
5.5 X 1.1 X 8.2 inches | 0.75 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780802127297

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About the Author

John Freeman was the editor of Granta until 2013. His books include How to Read a Novelist, Tales of Two Cities, and the forthcoming Tales of Two Americas. Maps, his debut collection of poems, will be published by Copper Canyon in fall 2017. He is executive editor at the Literary Hub and teaches at the New School and New York University. His work has appeared in the New Yorker and the Paris Review and has been translated into twenty languages.

Reviews

Praise for Freeman's

"There's an illustrious new literary journal in town . . . [with] fiction, nonfiction, and poetry by new voices and literary heavyweights . . . alike."--Vogue.com

"A terrific anthology . . . Sure to become a classic in years to come."--San Francisco Chronicle

"Ambitious."--O Magazine

"Freeman draws from a global cache of talent . . . An expansive reading experience."--Kirkus Reviews

"Looking at what John [Freeman] has put together in this first edition, I'm struck by how many names I don't know and how diverse and global it is. My only disappointment is that it's going to be twice a year--I think we need it 4 times a year."--James Wood, Radio Boston

"Illuminating . . . Perfect reading for our ever-accelerating times."--NPR's Book Concierge

"Freeman's is fresh, provocative, engrossing."--BBC.com

"A first-rate anthology of bold, searching and personal writing by emerging and established writers."--Minneapolis Star-Tribune

"Freeman's sets a new standard for literary journals . . . It's refreshing and full of nuanced stories that will linger with you long after you finish them."--Chicago Literati

"[An] infinitely relatable and beautifully crafted prose and poetry anthology . . . Freeman has assembled a thoughtful and profoundly accessible collection of work that connects our vulnerabilities, our expectations and our hopes."--Newcity Lit

"[A] thrillingly unique collection of voices."--Toronto Star
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