Big News For a Small Magazine

"As a seedbed for little magazines, the American soil is fertile but thinly spread," wrote TIME almost 60 years ago to the day. "Last week a cluster of new ones bravely poked their heads above ground. The most promising was Hudson Review, edited by three young Princeton alumni." Well, ahem, we know how to call it. THE HUDSON REVIEW puts out its 60th-anniversary edition this month, celebrating its longevity with a concert at the Guggenheim Museum and a book, Writes of Passage. The Review, which promised at its inception not to "open its pages to those whose only merits lie in...

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