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Hazlitt #1

by (author) Hazlitt Staff

McClelland & Stewart
Initial publish date
Oct 2013
Canadian, Essays, Photojournalism
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    Publish Date
    Oct 2013
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The debate-stirring, award-winning online magazine launches its inaugural print edition with a one-of-a-kind, elegantly art directed, colour journal that mixes art, photography, and literature with pop culture, politics and design. 
Featuring George Saunders, Jhumpa Lahiri, Sheila Heti, filmmaker Xavier Dolan, Joseph and Amanda Boyden, among many others, Hazlitt #1 collects some of the greatest hits and seminal tracks previously published on the website alongside newly commissioned work.
- George Saunders Battles Bitterness with Bogeymen
- Shelf Esteem: Sheila Heti’s Rabbit Eats Books!
- Michael Winter on the Idea of a Dangerous Life
- Patricia Lockwood Writes: Nessie Wants to Watch Herself Doing It
- Tabloid Fiction—Billie Livingston on an Oxycontin epidemic
- Sarah Nicole Prickett on James Salter’s Blue Moves
- Jhumpa Lahiri’s Family Secrets
- Lynn Crosbie on Lindsay Lohan
- Peter Meehan: “I Was a Directionless Acid Freak Until I Found Cooking”
- Three Eulogies by Alexandra Molotkow: Wendy O. Williams, Valerie Solanas, Cookie Mueller
…and more
Plus art and photography by Luis Jacob, Adrienne Kammerer, Hugh Scott-Douglas, Lorne Bridgman and Michael Comeau.
We believe that everyone should read a lot and not be boring.
General Editor: Christopher Frey
Art Director: Jeremy Laing

About the author

Contributor Notes

Christopher Frey is the Editor-in-chief of Hazlitt and the director of digital publishing at Random House of Canada. A five-time National Magazine Award-winner, he has contributed to the Globe and MailThe WalrusAzureMaisonneuve, and CBC Radio, and is the Toronto correspondent for Monocle magazine. 

Jeremy Laing is an internationally acclaimed clothing designer based in Toronto. Before launching his own eponymous line in 2005, Laing apprenticed under Alexander McQueen. In 2011 he was a finalist for France's prestigious ANDAM Fashion Award.

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