Issue 10 Sold Out

For the first time, we’ve sold out of our current issue, Issue 10. All subscriptions will now start with Issue 11, coming out in March, and the few copies of Issue 10 that we have are now only available at the cost of a rare back issue.

We think it’s worth it. The issue features a now infamous essay on MFA vs. NYC literary cultures, a much-discussed analysis of American elitism, an excerpt from Sheila Heti’s brilliant, explicit, notorious novel How Should a Person Be?, and Kristin Dombek’s thought-provoking essay on the pro-life and animal rights movements as “the two cultures of life.”

But you may still be able to find the issue on sale for the ordinary price at a local bookstore. To find out where you can buy the latest issue, check out our long list of bookstores.

If you can’t find the issue at a local bookstore, we hope you’ll consider a digital edition, or ordering through Powell’s or Amazon. But really if you don’t have a neighborhood bookstore you should open one. You can begin stocking n+1 with issue 11.

UPDATE: You can contact the following bookstores directly to purchase your copy of Issue 10.  Bookstores, if you’re well-stocked, let us know and we’ll add you to the list.

City Lights (415) 362-8193
San Francisco, CA

Harvard Bookstore (617) 661-1515
Cambridge, MA

McNally Jackson (212) 274-1160
New York, NY

Modern Times (415) 282-9246
San Francisco, CA

Powell’s (503) 228-4651
Portland, OR

Prairie Lights (319) 337-2681
Iowa City, IA

Skylight Books (323) 660-1175
Los Angeles, CA

Smoke Signals (415) 292-6025
San Francisco, CA

St. Marks Bookshop (212) 260-7853
New York, NY