Liberties Journal: Contributors and Themes Unveiled for Inaugural Issue

New Quarterly Journal on Culture and Politics Features Original Works from Leading Independent Thinkers and Writers including Mark Lilla, David Grossman, Laura Kipnis, and Thomas Chatterton Williams as well as New Voices including Joshua Bennett, Clara Collier, and Andrea Marcolongo  WASHINGTON, SEPTEMBER 29, 2020 — Liberties – A Journal of Culture and Politics, a quarterly of essays and poetry from some of the world’s most celebrated independent thinkers, leading artists, and up-and-coming literary voices, has unveiled contributors and topics for its inaugural issue, available now by subscription at and then in bookstores and online booksellers this fall.  Liberties covers complex themes and provides its authors with the space to confront the genuine issues of our time. Featuring original works from leading essayists, award-winning poets, as well as the next generation of voices, the inaugural edition is a book for the coat pocket, not the coffee table. Liberties’ editor is

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