The founder and editor of A Public Space, Brigid Hughes previously edited the iconic Paris Review. She is the recipient of the PEN/Nora Magid Award for editing, has curated a literary series at BAM, and teaches at Columbia University. With a mission to seek out overlooked and unclassifiable work and to publish beyond established confines, A Public Space is the independent nonprofit publisher of an eponymous award winning literary, arts, and culture magazine and APS Books.
John Freeman is the editor of Freeman’s, a literary biannual published in seven countries aroundthe world and by Grove in the United States. His several books include How to Read a Novelist, the forthcoming Apathy, Body, Citizen—A Devil’s Dictionary, and two volumes of poetry. The executive editor of Literary Hub, he has edited two anthologies about inequality and is at work on a third. He teaches at The New School and NYU, where he is visiting writer in residence.
Nicole Dewey and Beena Kamlani, Co-Chairs.
Harold Augenbraum, Justin Jamail, Jeffrey Lependorf, Emily Sieu Liebowitz, Pamela Malpas, and Tracie Morris
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