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Happiness, released on the occasion of n+1's tenth anniversary, collects the best of the magazine as selected by its editors. Intended to revive the leftist social criticism that was the hallmark of Dissent and Partisan Review, n+1 began as a fierce rejoinder to the consumerism and complacency of the Bush years. It hasn't slowed down since.
Paper Monument's newest project, Social Medium: Artists Writing 2000–2015, posits that artists have written with increased momentum ever since the internet opened new channels of circulation. The seventy-five texts — essays, criticism, manifestos, fiction, diaries, scripts, blog posts, and tweets — chart a complex era in the art world and the world at large, weighing in on the exigencies of our times in unexpected and inventive ways.