The Furnace

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The Furnace is a literary magazine edited by Kelli Kavanaugh and a board of editors. The magazine covers Detroit culture, including visual arts, architecture, urban development, literature, history and music. Editorial offices are located at the National Bohemian House, 3009 Tillman Avenue, in Detroit's Corktown district. The magazine launched September 28, 2002.

The Furnace has published a number of notable Detroit authors and manifestos from collectives:

As a practice, the editorial team marks release of a new edition by organizing an event, often at a lost Detroit venue. For example, the editors held the first issue celebration at the Savoyard Club, in the Buhl Building at 535 Griswold, Detroit, Michigan. Several of The Furnace's writers and a poetry editor have been a crucial part of Write Word Write Now, (a cohort of Detroit's up and coming page poets).

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