Picking up on a recent Pittsburgh Post-Gazette feature
, The New Yorker
is now hip to Pittsburgh's killer indie lit scene. Yes, we've got tons of small publishers and literary journals; yes, they're all beautifully named (Encyclopedia Destructica has got quite the ring); and yes, as The New Yorker
remarks, "this town rules" a ton more than Sienna Miller ever realized during her brief stay here a few years back. The flattering post hails not only our publications and publishers, but also our hills, railroads and blast furnaces, and unique neighborhoods such as Polish Hill and Squirrel Hill.
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