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This Saturday night at 9PM, 4×4 Magazine celebrates the end of its first semester with an event co-hosted with WBAR. The event will feature lit readings as well as performances by Neoseeker, Solid Gold Luxury, and Drug Pizza. So far this semester 4×4 has garnered hundreds of submissions for its award, which will be judged by […]

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As we reported last month, the Creative Writing department decided to take back Quarto in a more official manner, putting it “on hold” for now. So the former Quarto staff turned around and made their own, independent, new literary project: 4×4 Magazine. Last night, 4×4 held an open mic at Book Culture on 112th.  The turnout was impressive, […]

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So: on Sept. 21, the (former) co-editors of Quarto sent out an email blast announcing two things: (a) Quarto was”currently on hold”, and (b) a new magazine called 4×4, “a literary project from the editors of Quarto,” was starting. Curious, Bwog met with Aliza Polkes and Sarina Bhandari, former Quarto co-editors and current 4×4 co-editors. Here’s what’s […]

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