Publisher Conor O’Neil told the Chicago Reader that a new issue of the contrarian, left-wing journal of business culture is officially in the mail. The last issue came out in 2007, and before that had been dormant since 2003.
Leon Neyfakh reported on the magazine’s comeback back in June, and got Read More
“I am not now, nor have I ever been, a hipster,” vowed Harper’s senior editor Christian Lorentzen at a panel discussion provocatively titled “What Was the Hipster?,” organized by n+1, and held at the New School on Saturday afternoon.
Despite L-train maintenance and the kind of steady rain that can wreck Read More
“I made a dumb mistake, and I’m very sorry I did it. I took the blogosphere’s bait, and I stooped to the level of these people who were commenting on my pieces, and I shouldn’t have,” Lee Siegel said. “And I’m especially sorry that I embarrassed a magazine that was nourishing me as an intellectual, Read More
“In case I fail to resolve all aspects of the Meaning of Life in this essay,” began Mark Greif, 29, seated beneath a portrait of Gandhi at scholarly Labyrinth Books on 112th Street and Broadway last month, “rest assured: There will be a Part 2.”
The rangy, bespectacled Mr. Greif’s cheeks flushed crimson as he Read More