Freeman's - Change


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Freeman's is the literary magazine edited by literary critic and poet John Freeman. Published in Italy by Black Coffee, each issue of the magazine offers the reader a privileged point of view to broaden his gaze on the contemporary, American and international literary panorama.

Italian language
Number of pages: 270


Change can be a disruptive force ̶ a scientific intuition that generates a discovery, an event that upsets our lives ̶ or a slow transformation that changes our landscape, mental or natural. Whatever form it takes, it is precisely change that circumscribes the parameters of our existence, of which it is the fundamental engine.
In this issue, celebrated authors like Lauren Groff, Aleksandar Hemon and Ocean Vuong try to tell us about it alongside others less known to us, coming from the four corners of this world upset by recent changes. Because it is the narrative we make of the change that makes us understand who we are.

The authors of this issue: Joshua Bennett, Christy Namee Eriksen, Lauren Groff, Sulaiman Addonia, Jakuta Alikavazovic, Kyle Dillon Hertz, Rick Bass, Lina Mounzer, Ocean Vuong, Sayaka Murata, Aleksandar Hemon, Adania Shibli, Sandra Cosneros, Zaho, Zaho , Elizabeth Ayre, Mark Strand, Kamel Daoud, Yasmine El Rashidi, Valzhyna Mort, Siarhiej Prylucki, Dmitry Rubin, Julia Cimafiejeva, Uladzimir Liankievič, Lina Meruane, Julia Alvarez, Lana Bastašić and Ric Lauret.