Introducing Baffler no. 23, A Carnival of Buncombe


August 1, 2013
NEWS FROM THE BAFFLER
Dear Sorensen,

23 cover
Cover art by Lou Beach
 
Behold! Advance copies of Issue 23, "A Carnival of Buncombe," arrived at Baffler HQ earlier this week, and subscriber copies will be shipping forthwith. "A Carnival of Buncombe" was produced in our new office in Inman Square, Cambridge, over the course of a few tortuous weeks of heat wave (the things we do for you), and includes:
 

 SUSAN FALUDI'S 

repeated attempts to talk to Lean In doyenne Sheryl Sandberg about her peculiarly corporate take on feminism (she refused);

 

JACOB SILVERMAN'S

terrifying descent into the techno-babble bubble that is SXSW Interactive;
 

CHRIS BRAY'S

examination of the American security state, as brought to you by the NSA;

and poetry by
SHARON OLDS,
ALEX DIMITROV, and our own
THOMAS SAYERS ELLIS.

If you missed out on subscribing this time around, never fear! The Baffler can be found at all your favorite bookstores, and individual copies can be purchased through our publisher, the MIT Press. 

Happy reading!

Yrs in buncombe,
The Baffler
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