Plough Quarterly

January 29, 2020 - 7:00 PM
Red Room
Plough

Man is, we are told, "by nature a political animal" — that is, an animal born to live in a city. In the Christian tradition, though humans began in a garden, we will end in a city. Cities are the sites of culture and of corruption, of humanity at its best and at its worst. And for a growing majority of men, women, and children, they are home. Plough Quarterly's Issue 23, "In Search of a City," brings together essayists, artists, and poets to tell the stories of cities and city-dwellers.

 

On Wednesday, January 29th, join three of these contributors — James Macklin, Brandon McGinley, and Tara Isabella Burton — along with Plough editor Veery Huleatt and The Point editor Jon Baskin to launch this issue. Stick around afterwards for live jazz!

 
Free copies of the magazine will be available.

https://www.plough.com/en/events/2020/in-search-of-a-city-nyc-2020