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How A Long, Writerly Tradition Came To An End
"The contest was a lovely tradition that was stuttering, staggering. No one could know yet that all magazines would eventually be threatened by a technology that in innocent 1979 we couldn't even begin to imagine ... or that the tower in which we 14 sat, thrilled, privileged to be there, would be destroyed by the time we had waded into middle age." The New York Times 07/20/13
Posted July 21, 2013 10:37 PM

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