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Salon Staff
March 17, 2004 10:52PM (UTC)

Dear Salon reader,

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For 40 years the New York Review of Books has been the place the world's leading authors, educators, artists and political leaders turn to when they wish to engage in spirited debate on books, literature, art and ideas. Granta magazine features some of the most exciting new fiction, reportage, memoir and photojournalism. "Granta is a wonderful thing," says Time Out magazine. "This British magazine has been hip for a quarter of a century." Join Salon Premium today and select free subscriptions to either or both of these renowned magazines.

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Patrick Hurley
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