Grand Street 71 Danger Author:Jean Stein, Vladimir Sorokin, Roman Signer More than any other magazine, Grand Street invites its readers into the truly cosmopolitan world of literature and art. Our mission is to offer a distinctive emphasis on emerging and established writers and artists from all parts of the globe. — We took a hiatus from print, but our loyal readers told us that there's no substitute for Gr... more »and Street's visionary scope and striking style. Now the magazine marks its return with issue #71, Danger, a fitting theme for our perilous times. It will be published in March 2003, and new issues will follow each fall and spring.
Grand Street has always shared with its readers a dedication to inventive and daring expressions of contemporary ideas. We look forward to presenting the best of original fiction, essays, poetry, and visual art--work that transcends conventional boundaries and challenges expectations--for many years to come.
--Jean Stein, Editor of Grand Street Can't get enough of the freshest, sharpest literary voice around. --The Village Voice
Stunning. --The San Francisco Examiner
Grand Street has a liveliness and variety unmatched by any comparable publication. --Times Literary Supplement
Dandy in its diversity. --The Chicago Tribune Edited by Jean Stein. Contributions by legendary pop artist James Rosenquist, American prose master William T. Vollmann, controversial Russian writer Vladimir Sorokin, acclaimed German poet and essayist Durs Grünbein, Algerian artist Rashid Koraichi, Turkish novelist Elif Safak, and many more international writers and artists. Paperback, 8.25 x 9.5 in. 240 pages, 36 color illustrations« less