McSweeney's Quarterly Issue 59 (McSweeney's Quarterly Concern)
McSweeney's rings in the 2020's with a brand-new, oddly-shaped, paperback issue of our National Magazine Award-winning Quarterly Concern. Gaze inside this short covered book to find: stories about cultish acting classes and human remains and eerie parties in dusty parlors; the conclusions of Issue 57's cliffhanger stories by Oyikan Braithewaite, Brian Evanson, and Mona Awad; Essays on historic ACLU cases by the likes of Jacqueline Woodson and Charlie Jane Anders; letters from Brandon Hobson on an armadillo incarnation of Andrew Jackson and Jenny Slate on the indignity of game nights; a spread of full-color photographs by Tommy Kha; and so much more. Join us, hand-in-hand, as we enter a whole new era.
Featuring original stories by: Olivia Clare A. E. Stout Kristen Gleason Annesha Mitha Julie Hecht Carlea Holl-Jensen Gabriel Bump and Anjali Sachdeva
Writings on historic ACLU cases by: Jacqueline Woodson Charlie Jane Anders Dave Eggers and Neil Gaiman
Part two of Issue 57's cliffhanger stories by: Mona Awad Brian Evenson and Oyinkan Braithwaite
Plus: a photo series by Tommy Kha, an excerpt from Emerson Whitney's Heaven.
and letters by: Brandon Hobson Hannah Kingsley-Ma Laura Lane Rufi Thorpe, and Jenny Slate
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