The Great Books Foundation’s Common Review to be an online only publication
The Common Review, the quarterly magazine of the Chicago-based Great Books Foundation, has announced that Danny Postel, a former senior editor at Open Democracy, will be its new editor as of its upcoming fall issue. Postel replaces Dan Born, who’s been at the helm since the Common Review‘s inception in fall 2001. (The Reader profiled […]
The Common Review and the Guild Complex announce writing competitions; the Reader’s Fiction Issue deadline approaches.
As noted in Lynn Becker’s cover piece this week, the Great Books Foundation has published a centennial edition of Daniel Burnham and Edward Bennett’s Plan of Chicago. The paperback version ($39.95) is a 9″x12″ thing of beauty, with lots of full-color illustrations and reproductions of sepia-toned photographs. There’s also a hardcover “collector’s” edition that goes […]