News & Announcements

Nikil Saval reads from his new book, Cubed: A Secret History of the Workplace, and speaks about it with Chad Harbach. Party to follow! More…

A staged reading of Benjamin Kunkel’s new play Buzz, the sixth installment in the n+1 small book series. $10 tickets come with an advance copy of the book. More…

Celebrate the release of Issue 19 at Interstate Projects in Brooklyn. Free for subscribers. More…

Is “war” an accurate (or desirable) analogy for shifting US drug policies? If President Reagan’s “drug-free America” is unrealistic, where instead might we hope to end up? More…

Bestselling author of Girl, Interrupted Susanna Kaysen reads from her latest autobiographical novel, Cambridge. With Marco Roth. More…

Panel discussion with contributors to MFA vs. NYC at the New School on March 19. More…

Come celebrate Utopia or Bust, A new piece of must-read polemic from n+1 editor Benjamin Kunkel More…

Going to AWP? Join us for the MFA/West Coast launch of MFA vs. NYC at Vito’s in Seattle. More…

Join us for a reading and launch party celebrating MFA vs. NYC: The Two Cultures of American Fiction at Housing Works on February 25. More…

Join us for a reading and discussion of No Regrets at McNally Jackson on Thursday, February 20. More…

Our new advice columnist, Kristin Dombek, will answer your questions on the February episode of the n+1 podcast. More…

Editors Nikil Saval and Marco Roth will discuss world literature and potential alternatives Jean-Michel Rabaté and moderator Shaj Mathew. More…

We’re celebrating Issue Eighteen: Good News with a launch party at Recess Activities on Saturday, January 4. More…

Join n+1 and Paper Monument editors and contributors for an open house at BookCourt in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn. More…

Kid Millions (aka John Colpitts of Oneida) will perform with Man Forever featuring members of Tigue at the Kitchen. More…

Next in the n+1 film series is Jai Bhim Comrade, directed by Anand Patwardhan and presented by Nikil Saval and Anand Vaidya. The screening will take place at 6:30 PM on Thursday, November 7. More…

Thirty-two years after their joint stage debut, Gregory S. Moss and Kate Bolick reunite to bring to life Moss’s bone-chilling play SIXSIXSIX (featured in Issue Seventeen). More…

n+1 is looking for a design intern to join us one or two days a week from now through December. (Our schedule is flexible.) More…

Join Amit Chaudhuri and Marco Roth for a discussion of Chaudhuri’s new book Calcutta. More…

N1FR Editor A. S. Hamrah will introduce a screening of Roberto Rossellini’s Paisan at BAM. More…

Rush will read from his new novel, Subtle Bodies, and discuss his work with n+1 editor Marco Roth. More…

All your friends are talking about it, now hear it live: Rebecca Curtis reads “Fish Rot” (from Issue 17: The Evil Issue) on Tuesday, September 10. More…

New York Readers, please join us for the Issue 17 launch party at Pioneer Works in Brooklyn. More…

Word Up Community Bookshop, a volunteer-run community bookshop and arts space in Washington Heights, is back after a year-long hiatus. More…

We’re excited to announce the imminent launch if Issue 17: The Evil Issue, featuring more fiction and more appearances by Satan than ever before. More…

Help! Our project on the internet and sexuality has an overrepresentation of white people. We need more participants and more views! More…

On Monday, June 17, N1FR editor A. S. Hamrah will present Chris Smith’s American Job at Williamsburg Cinemas. More…

The n+1 Research Collective is seeking interview subjects for a study on pornography. We are currently looking for participants who live in the New York Metro area (or have lived there recently) and are 35 or older. More…

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New York readers, please join us for the Issue 16 launch party at Secret Project Robot in Brooklyn. More…

Please join us Thursday, April 11, at 7 PM for a party to celebrate the launch of Francesco Pacifico’s new novel The Story of My Purity, featured in Issue 16. More…

To mark the launch of Issue 16, we’re hosting a reading and discussion with three contributors whose work takes on contemporary Theory and its uses. More…

Good news: We’re coming to a college near you. If you’re anywhere nearby, we hope you’ll stop by and say hello. More…

Please join us on March 1 at the n+1 office for a screening of Bruce Robbins’s Some of my Best Friends are Zionists. More…

Please join us on February 12 for a discussion of José Manuel Prieto’s latest novel, Encyclopedia of a Life in Russia, at the New York Public Library’s Berger Forum. More…

Please join us on January 31 for a discussion of Pankaj Mishra’s latest book, From the Ruins of Empire, at CUNY, with Moustafa Bayoumi, Susan Jakes, and editor Nikil Saval. More…

Please join us for one last reading and discussion of The Trouble Is the Banks. Editors, volunteers, and New York–area letter writers will read from the book, and an open-floor discussion will follow. More…

In addition to their London events, editors Keith Gessen and Marco Roth will be speaking with editor Richard Beck and LRB editor Christian Lorentzen at Oxford on January 18. More…

Editors Keith Gessen and Marco Roth will discuss our first English-language anthology, published by Notting Hill Editions in the UK, with editor Christian Lorentzen. More…

Join us at 7 PM on Thursday, January 3 for a reading from n+1’s new books at McNally Jackson. More…

Word Up, a volunteer-run community bookshop and arts space in Washington Heights, lost its lease in August but is looking to come back. More…

Your fellow partygoers have submitted their missed connections. So have people who weren’t in attendance. We invite you to email us for their contact information. More…

Anna K. Miller’s installation at SIGNAL gallery is up through Sunday, December 16. Support SIGNAL and Anna by seeing the show, at 260 Johnson Ave in Bushwick. More…

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Please join us Monday, December 10 for a reading and discussion of The Trouble is the Banks, a collection of letters from ordinary Americans to Wall Street executives. More…

The Issue 15 party was pretty cold. Coats and scarves may not have been lost, but we imagine it was difficult to sustain eye contact with your hood pulled down like that. More…

New York readers, please join us for the Issue 15 launch party at SIGNAL Gallery in Brooklyn. More…

We’re glad to be launching Issue 15: Amnesty with a reading and celebration at one of our favorite bookstores, BookCourt. More…

To support its recovery, Powerhouse is throwing a great-looking fundraiser on Nov. 17, with readings from Jennifer Egan, Jonathan Franzen, and many more. More…

Good news: Our friends at Strike Debt are launching an inspired, important new project the evening of Thursday, November 15. More…

We’re pleased to announce the imminent launch of Issue 15: Amnesty, coming to mailboxes, bookstores, and reading devices in mid-November. More…

Readers in Philadelphia and across the West have a few more chances to hear Marco Roth read from his memoir The Scientists at the following events. More…

I encountered a group there that had created a guerilla website where ordinary citizens—not protesters per se—could write long, detailed, polite letters to executives and directors of the big six US banks, by name. More…

n+1 is seeking a full-time assistant business manager to join our small office staff in Brooklyn. More…

We’re looking forward to setting up shop at the Brooklyn Book Festival this Sunday, September 23. Come find us at Table 32. More…

The fifth Occupy! Gazette was published in print on September 17. Download a free PDF of the issue here. More…

On Monday, September 17th, people from all over the country are going to converge on the financial district to mark the beginning of Occupy Wall Street’s second year. More…

Founding editor Marco Roth’s first book, the extraordinary family memoir The Scientists, comes out on Tuesday, September 18. Buy it now. More…

Join n+1’s feminist research team on August 8 for a screening of Joan Braderman’s The Heretics at the Spectacle Theater in Brooklyn. More…

Suppressing Protest, a report prepared by a coalition of legal scholars and human rights activists, is calling for reform and redress in response to the policing of Occupy protests. More…

Join n+1’s feminist research team on July 11 for a screening of We Want Roses Too, a film about Italian feminism, at the Spectacle Theater in Brooklyn. CR-style discussion to follow. Co-presented by Women Make Movies and the feminist film quarterly Joan’s Digest. More…

With Issue 14, we’re launching a series of limited edition ebooks, which we’ll publish and sell for the life-cycle of each issue. The first title is Bad Education. More…

UPDATE (June 19): Special guests will include Paper Monument editor and remarkable voice actor Dushan Petrovich reading from Christopher Glazek’s essay on River and Joaquin Phoenix. More…

The issue features an argument against credentialism, a death match between Big Babies and the Nanny State, and an analysis of whether women should want recognition as a class. More…

Legendary guitarist Marc Ribot, Jesse Harris, Jolie Holland, Richard Julian, Luke Reynolds are playing a benefit show for the Occupy! Gazette and Tidal More…

We’re joining our neighbors Verso, Melville House, and Cave Canem for readings and drinks around the corner at PowerHouse. More…

We’re pleased to announce the arrival of the second issue of our film supplement, N1FR. Look for copies at independent bookstores and movie theaters. More…

UPDATE (May 30): For those who missed the panel, footage of this fascinating and rather contentious discussion is now available online from the NYPL. More…

Hello from the n+1 office, where we’re hard at work on Issue 14, otherwise known as “Ten Under 30.” The issue, coming in June, features pieces from some of our best young writers. More…

We’re pleased to announce that you can party with us on both coasts this weekend, at Paper Chase Press in LA on Saturday and PS1 in Queens on Sunday. More…

The New York Times is asking readers to try out assignments from Draw It With Your Eyes Closed. At the office, we took them up on the challenge. More…

In a truly dark time for Italy, the death of one of its great writers is a particularly unusual cruelty. More…

The weekend of April 21, we’ll be in LA for the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. The weekend of May 4, we’ll be in New York, in two places at once. More…

Join us March 17 for a conference on abortion and the past forty years of feminist action. More…

Dana Goldstein and Astra Taylor debate the meaning of progressive education. More…

If you’re in Chicago on Sunday, March 4, come say hello to Paper Monument editors Dushko Petrovich and Roger White at their opening at the Suburban. More…

Launch party for n+1 Issue 13 (“Machine Politics”). 8 PM—12 AM, Thursday, March 15. The Brooklyn Brewery, 79 North 11th Street, Brooklyn. As always, subscribers get in free, and everyone gets free drinks. More…

At 7 PM on Tuesday, March 6, join us for a panel discussion, “Singles Going Steady,” at Powerhouse Arena in Dumbo, featuring Eric Klinenberg, Kate Bolick, and Daniel Smith. More…

If you had one of the first free posters, if you’ve admired the efflorescence of poster art around OWS, if you’ve ever wished someone would hand you an Occupy poster, now is the time to give back and make it happen. More…

Our friends at Paper Monument just shared the following information about their new book, Draw it With Your Eyes Closed: The Art of the Art Assignment. Pre-order it now: it will be a classic. More…

Astra Taylor will read from her essay on the unschooling movement, and editors and contributors will read a scene from Benjamin Kunkel’s new play. More…

Pilar Donoso wrote, “One should not know the intimate thoughts of anyone. Least of all those of one’s own parents.” I wonder what thoughts I may need to hide from her so that she will be able to expand out into the world and not fold up into a void. I hope I will be able to do so. More…

Please join us at Bluestockings bookstore tomorrow, Wednesday the 18th, to celebrate the n+1 radical feminist research team’s collaboration with Soapbox, Inc. to revive their notoriously provocative—and powerful—“I Had An Abortion” campaign. More…

We’re pleased to announce that lucky Issue 13, “Machine Politics,” made it to the printer last week and will be released on Thursday, January 26. More…

National Women’s Liberation has put together a protest and speak-out in New York today, January 12th, to demand that Health and Human Services reverse its block on the FDA’s recommendation. More…

A 7 PM this Tuesday, January 7, Emily Carter, author of Glory Goes and Gets Some, will make a rare New York appearance, in conversation with her cousin, n+1 editor Marco Roth. More…

Announcing a daylong OWS-inspired conference on policy, money, history, and strategy with thinkers and activists. Noon, Sunday, December 18. Theresa Lang Auditorium, 55 W. 13th St., New York. Free and open to the public. Presented by n+1, Occupy!, and Verso. More…

The venerable radical publisher Verso has turned our gazette into a book, with a fair amount of added material, and we’re having a party at Verso’s office to celebrate. More…

n+1 and Occupy! Gazette editors will be joining an Occupy Our Homes action at 1 PM on Tuesday, December 6. If you’re definitely coming and want to make sure to meet us, please write to gazette [at] nplusonemag.com, and we’ll stay in touch. More…

Please join us for a reading of Benjamin Kunkel’s play Buzz, presented by Cherry Lane Theatre and Rattlestick Playwrights Theater and directed by Adam Rapp. More…

The interns are pleased—OK, more than a little pleased—to announce that the New York Review of Books has proposed a weekly swap of classifieds between their own site and n+personals. More…

New York readers, Please join us this Tuesday for an evening of readings by Issue 12 contributors at the Kitchen, hosted by founding co-editor Chad Harbach. More…

Our friends at Dissent are co-hosting a panel on the future of Occupy Wall Street at 7:30 PM tonight, Monday, November 28, at Columbia. Panelists include Associate Editor Nikil Saval. More information below. More…

Yesterday morning, November 17, many of us from magazines here in New York went as demonstrators to join the call in support of Zuccotti Park and for political and economic change. More…

Tomorrow, November 17, we march! In anticipation of this day of action—chosen to mark the two-month anniversary of the Occupy Movement—we want to share ways to participate. More…

Marco Roth and Nikil Saval will be participating tonight in a panel entitled “The Crisis of the Left.” The panel runs from 7 to 9:30 PM at NYU’s Silver Center, Room 207, 31 Washington Place. More…

The second issue arrives at the office today, with new dispatches from Oakland, questions about relations with the police, arguments about the role of the homeless, and more. More…

Writers and activists will discuss the situation at Zuccotti Park—what it means, how it’s going, and where to go from here. Panelists will include Meaghan Linick, Sarah Resnick, and Astra Taylor, and the conversation will be moderated by Keith Gessen. More…

N1FR editor Jonathon Kyle Sturgeon will be part of a conversation this Saturday, November 5 about the influence of Roberto Rossellini’s Rome, Open City. The talk will be held at UnionDocs, at 322 Union Avenue in Brooklyn. More…

Image: Izvetia, 1969. Ania Karpenko. Via Flickr.