John Haskell, "Galileo"

A play about the scientist puts playwright Bertolt Brecht and actor Charles Laughton into a similar situation.

(from A Public Space)

This reads like a smart monologue, wherein small-ish plots are told matter-of-factly by an unknown narrator. “Reality” intertwines elegantly with the plot. Cool.

Also cool is this, the first issue of A Public Space, featuring lots of fiction, lots of poetry and a sweet cover photo by Zoe Strauss.

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