Open City Magazine, Vol. 28
Approaching its eighteenth birthday, Open City
has become one of today’s most respected and widely known literary journals. Contributors consistently become household names following their debuts in the magazineguaranteeing that readers can be the first to read the literary stars of tomorrow. And the writing by established writers never fails to surprise because Open City
takes risks and gives writers freedom and space that more mainstream publications do not. Open City No. 28
features stories by A. M. Homes, Edmund White, Patricia Bosworth, and Matthew Specktor, and poetry by Dara Wier, Tomaz Salamun, and Nick Tosches. Writing from Open City
is frequently anthologized in Best American Short Stories, Best Nonrequired Reading, Best American Poetry,
and Best American Essays.
sponsors a very popular monthly reading series at KGB Bar in New York City
, as well as frequent readings nationwide.