The Press: Encounter Across the Seas

For highbrow little magazines, life is seldom easy, frequently short. Editor Cyril Connolly bitterly put an end to Britain's Horizon after trying for ten years to make ends meet. In the U.S., the monthly Partisan Review has been forced to cut down to six issues a year, is still constantly casting about for angels. Since they traditionally operate in the red, only the little magazines backed by universities, well-heeled nonprofit organizations or foundations have any security. This week in London, 10,000 copies of a brand-new little magazine rolled off the presses, and it not only has the backing of an organization...

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