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Oct 11, 2022 | ISBN 9781662619014

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Praise

“Astra argues for reviving the pleasure of engaging with literature while also holding a beautifully made object.”
T Magazine

“A tour of contemporary international literature for the price of a single paperback. If you’re bored by a certain sameness, a deflating parochial quality to what you’ve been reading lately, give Astra a chance.”
Ron Charles, The Washinton Post

“A who’s who of global superstar writers.”
NY Post

Astra is like a gorgeously curated jewel-box you can’t wait to unpack. There is no other magazine like this.”
ELIF BATUMAN, Pulitzer Prize finalist and author of The Possessed, The Idiot, and the forthcoming novel, Either/Or.

“Destined to shine brightly in the literary firmament, Astra Magazine is here to remind us that we should always read and write with a joyful disregard for borders of any kind.”
HERNAN DIAZ, Pulitzer Prize finalist and author of In the Distance and Trust

“Astra is the magazine we need right now. It’s full of stunning work from a broad range of voices, a magazine both intimate and universal, in the way all good writing is.”
NATHAN ENGLANDER, Pulitzer Prize finalist and author of For the Relief of Unbearable Urges and What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank

“As a writer whose work is often difficult to classify, I am attracted to Astra Magazine’s agenda of publishing writers who exist in the ”inter,” whose writing defies neat categorization. The debut ”Ecstasy” issue is stirring in its international orientation & ambitious in its scope and content. ”
LAURA LINDSTEDT, Finlandia Prize winning author of Oneiron and My Friend Natalia

Astra Magazine is vital. As an American citizen born outside the US, I am especially attracted to their idea of publishing writing that rejects borders, and that a writer should not, can not, represent an entire country. The first issue allows space for each extraordinary writer to speak only for themselves.”
IMBOLO MBUE, Bestselling author of Behold the Dreamers and How Beautiful We Were

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