The New School presents a free panel discussion and mixer with the editors and founders of the Brooklyn Rail on Monday, November 29, at 6:30 p.m., in Wollman Hall, 65 West 11th Street, 5th floor, to celebrate the magazine’s 10th anniversary.
Hosted by Robert Polito, director of the New School Writing Program, panelists will include contributing editors William Cole and Heather Rogers, theater editor Emily DeVoti, editor Theodore Hamm, music editor Dave Mandl, film editor David N. Meyer, and books editor John Reed.
Started as a broadsheet in 1998, the Brooklyn Rail became a full publication in the fall of 2000. Now a monthly journal, it covers arts and politics in New York City and around the world. Each issue features an array of political and literary essays, art criticism, in-depth interviews, original fiction and poetry, as well as film, music, dance, theater, and book reviews.
This event is co-sponsored by the New School Writing Program, and The Brooklyn Rail.