Apology Magazine #2

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Apology is a new magazine of art, fiction, games, humor, essays, interviews, journalism and photography.

Apology #2

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Founded and edited by former Vice magazine editor-in-chief Jesse Pearson, Apology is inspired in equal measure by the golden ages of The New Yorker and Esquire; by 1980s punk zines like Sick Teen and RE/Search; by the Encyclopedia Britannica and The People's Almanac; and by MAD magazine.

The second issue of Apology includes new fiction by Eileen Myles, Laurie Weeks, and Patrick deWitt; the 1939 debut story by noir legend David Goodis; lost poetry from 1967 by Charles Willeford; a group of stories and poems by Paul Maliszewski with paintings by Duncan Hannah; the selected discography of Black Flag in food form by chef Brooks Headley; Tim Heidecker on Mork After Mindy; a portfolio of new photographs by Jerry Hsu; a collection of photographs from 1991 of teddy bears (trust us); a rave maze by Superjail! artist Christy Karacas; an essay that reconsiders the wonders of Goethe’s The Sorrows of Young Werther; an intimate visit to the Beverly Hills home of Jackie Collins; and more, including a hefty special section on baseball that features an interview with George Will; a documentary portfolio by Tabitha Soren; and a selection of baseball-related art by Richard Prince, Dan Colen, Andrew Kuo, and Raymond Pettibon; and more. Always more.

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Author Jesse Pearson (editor)
Publisher self-published
Page Count 200pp
Publication Size 6.75 x 9.5
Publication Notes perfect bound, full color
Publication Date August 2013
ISBN 978-0985932619

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