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MONDAY

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MONDAY presents arts writing that invites readers to imagine future forms of criticism. In a range of accessible and rigorous forms, its contributors have in common an expansive approach to their writing. Their subjects extend from fine arts to all manner of cultural expression, reminding us that approaches to cultural criticism can be as heterogeneous as the themes they address. Each year, one of MONDAY’s biannual print publications is created under the editorial guidance of the Jacob Lawrence Legacy Resident.

Volumes

Online

The MONDAY website shares texts from volume 4 onwards. It also shows the table of contents for all volumes.

Purchase

Copies of MONDAY are available at the following locations: University Book Store, Elliott Bay Book Company, Third Place Books, Bulldog News, Kinokuniya Seattle, and Village Books. It may also be purchased online. Proceeds support the next issue of the journal.

The Jake Journal

MONDAY expands on the legacy of the The Jake Journal, created for and by students and published by the Gallery. All links below go to large PDF files.

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