What Do You Desire? The n+1 Anthology – Volume II

by Christian Lorentzen

What Do You Desire? The n+1 Anthology – Volume II
What Do You Desire? The n+1 Anthology – Volume II
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What Do You Desire? The n+1 Anthology – Volume II

by Christian Lorentzen

What Do You Desire? The n+1 Anthology – Volume II is a selection from the best of n+1, a Brooklyn-based magazine of politics, literature and culture, founded in 2004 and published thrice yearly. Volume II brings together some of the best essays from the last decade: Emily Witt writes on pornography, Nikil Saval on the birth of the office, A. S. Hamrah on Hollywood and the war on terror, and Philip Connors on working at the Wall Street Journal during 9/11.

n+1 is rigorous, curious and provocative. Intelligent thought is not dead in New York. It has simply moved to Brooklyn.’
Malcolm Gladwell
‘Just when you’re thinking you’re intellectually alone in the world, something like n+1 falls into your hands.’
Jonathan Franzen
Say What You Mean 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.’
Financial Times
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

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What Do You Desire? The n+1 Anthology – Volume II is a selection from the best of n+1, a Brooklyn-based magazine of politics, literature and culture, founded in 2004 and published thrice yearly. Volume II brings together some of the best essays from the last decade: Emily Witt writes on pornography, Nikil Saval on the birth of the office, A. S. Hamrah on Hollywood and the war on terror, and Philip Connors on working at the Wall Street Journal during 9/11.

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