Brooklyn literary journal N+1 has brokered a personal ads swap with The New York Review of Books.
The partnership is something of a May-December affair. The New York Review of Books classifieds are a longstanding institution of eccentric and eloquent lonely hearts, and N+1, a newcomer on the personals scene, has quickly become Read More
“In this picture of a decrepit person who toothily smiles nevertheless, Dix puts oil on canvas with a limberness that not many German painters of the time can match.”
— Sanford Schwartz on Otto Dix
Today, the San Francisco Chronicle‘s John Carroll is pleasantly horrified by the personals in the New York Review of Books. Here, he says, is a “more or less typical” specimen:
“STRIKINGLY ATTRACTIVE, ARTICULATE, intellectual, active politically. Into independent film, MoMA, opera at the Met, anthropology, sociology. International change agent working with rural developing Read More
This past weekend, Arianna Huffington was in San Francisco for a little tech tour. On Friday, she visited Twitter’s home base, where she noshed on tacos and vegan cheese with co-founder Biz Stone. Later, she palled around with Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg at the social network’s Palo Alto headquarters and discussed HuffPo Social News, a Read More
On Oct. 5, The Huffington Post will launch a new books section with a perhaps unexpected partner: The New York Review of Books, according to Arianna Huffington. The site’s newly minted editor, Amy Hertz, a Penguin editor at large under their Dutton division, will have to balance the fortnightly magazine’s 5,000-word essays and Read More