New Yorker kudos for Spree writer



 

 

 

It’s always been our understanding that the original format of Buffalo Spree—with its cultural listings, fiction, and poetry—was intended to emulate the venerable New Yorker.  We’re not sure how successful that was; these days, Spree’s model is more like another classic NYC weekly—New York.   

But many of us here still look to the New Yorker as one of the world’s great magazines, so imagine our excitement when the venerable periodical devoted the conclusion of a recent blog column to Kevin Purdy’s feature The Phantom King, which appeared in the June, 2012 issue of Spree.

Here’s what they said:

Read the whole column here.

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