Grand Street (magazine)
|Former editors||Ben Sonnenberg, Jean Stein|
|Based in||New York|
Grand Street was founded as a quarterly by Ben Sonnenberg in 1981. When Jean Stein became editor and publisher in 1990, the magazine's format changed to encompass visual art, and it began actively to seek out international authors and artists to introduce to its readers.
Contributors to Grand Street included Don DeLillo, John Ashbery, Jean Baudrillard, William Eggleston, William K. Everson, William H. Gass, Doug Henwood, Christopher Hitchens, Dennis Hopper, Kenzaburō Ōe, Jane Kramer, David Mamet, Susan Minot, Rick Moody, Michael Moore, Mark Rudman, Terence Kilmartin, Onat Kutlar, Michael Palmer, Salman Rushdie, James Salter, W. G. Sebald, David Shields, Terry Southern, Saul Steinberg, José Saramago, Fiona Shaw, Quentin Tarantino, William Trevor, Edward Said, David Foster Wallace, Jeanette Winterson and William T. Vollmann.
- "Grand Street has ceased publication as of fall 2004". Grand Street. Retrieved August 25, 2018.
- Grimes, William. "Ben Sonnenberg, Founder of Literary Journal, Dies at 73", The New York Times, June 25, 2010. Retrieved June 29, 2010.
- Grimes, William. The New York Times, June 25, 2010.
- Complete index of issues at LibraryThing
- Official site archived at the Wayback Machine
- Columbia University Archival Collections: Ben Sonnenberg Papers
- Columbia University Archival Collections: Grand Street Publication Records
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