McSweeney's Issues One Through Three

by Dave Eggers

McSweeney's Issues One Through Three Synopsis

Dave Eggers launched Timothy McSweeney's Quarterly Concern in 1998 as an outlet for writings by himself and his friends, such as David Foster Wallace, who had been rejected by other, established journals. Eggers' irreverent approach included a pioneering design that incorporated chapbooks, drawings, and all manner of cultural confetti previously unseen in the lit-mag format. McSweeney's became an instant hit, showcasing the work of major new voices as well as literary luminaries such as William T. Vollman and Joyce Carol Oates. Long out of print and available only in the pricey collectors' market, the first three issues appear in this omnibus, reproduced precisely as they first appeared. Longtime fans can revisit some of the best of the early McSweeney's, while those new to the journal will see what all the fuss was about. A bracing range of topics include John Hodgman writing on the topic of cavemen, Jon Langford on Lester Bangs, Gary Greenberg on the Unabomber, and much more.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780971904767
Publication date: 9th October 2006
Author: Dave Eggers
Publisher: McSweeney's Publishing
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 500 pages
Categories: Short stories,

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