The Threepenny Review

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The Paris Review

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The Times Literary Supplement

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London Review of Books

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The New York Review of Books

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Poets & Writers Magazine

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Philosophy Now

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Launched in 1991, philosophy Now has grown into the most widely-read philosophy periodical in the English language. Issues are delivered automatically to your Kindle every two months. Peter adamson "Philosophy Then". In 2016 it was given the bertrand russell Society's Award for "ably following in the Russellian tradition of encouraging philosophical inquiry in a popular manner.

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The Spectator

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New York Magazine

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Storyville

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Wolf of white forest" is from anthony marra's collection, THE TSAR OF LOVE AND TECHNO Hogarth, 2015. Marra is the new york times-bestselling author of a constellation of Vital Phenomena, longlisted for the National Book Award and winner of the 2013 National Book Critics Circle's John Leonard Prize. Sarah lyall, writing in the New York Times, said of the collection: Each story is a gem in itself.

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Harper's Magazine

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