An Evening With The Baffler and Melville House

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Praise for Cotton Tenants:

That's the first thing to be said about this essay:
Fortune was crazy not to run it. It was a failure of nerve, and a lost chance at running one of the great magazine pieces from that era . . . Magazines do like having advertisers. Which only makes what The Baffler and Melville House have done more valuable.
John Jeremiah Sullivan, Bookforum
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