n+1 is rigorous, curious and provocative. Intelligent thought is not dead in New York. It has simply moved to Brooklyn.
‘Just when you’re thinking you’re intellectually alone in the world, something like n+1 falls into your hands.
n+1 is decidedly youthful, not only in its characteristic generational concerns — the habit of nonchalantly blending pop culture, literary esoterica and academic theory, for instance, or the unnerving ability to appear at once mocking and sincere — but also in the sense of bravado and grievance that ripples through their pages.
New York Times
‘Say What You Mean . . . testifies to New York’s fast-moving intellectual climate. The anthology is bold, aggressive and, at times, full of itself. But for a journal that aims to “lead the generational struggle against laziness and cynicism”, it is fitting that it wears its heart on its sleeve.