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Introducing Hyperallergic Weekend, Deepening the Conversation

This weekend, we’re proud to debut our new section, Hyperallergic Weekend.

Spearheaded by John Yau and Thomas Micchelli, both former editors of the Brooklyn Rail, Claudia La Rocco, regular contributor to the New York Times, and Albert Mobilio of Bookforum, this exciting new forum for deepening the conversation on Hyperallergic will also feature guest contributors every week.

Hyperallergic Weekend continues our aspirations to develop a publication that will engage with ideas and news on a daily basis. We’re very happy that Hyperallergic has been able to grow over the past two years to become an important venue for cultural discussion. We enjoy a passionate global readership and continue to attract leading voices in arts and letters but we also know that the best is yet to come.

Newsletter subscribers will receive an email every Sunday that highlights Hyperallergic Weekend posts, which will include “Required Reading.” This new addition is sure to enrich your weekend reading. Our regular weekly emails will be sent out Thursday mornings. To subscribe to our newsletter, please click here.

Onward and upward!

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15 Hyperallergic Posts From 2011 That Deserve Another Look

While the popular posts on Hyperallergic get all the attention, links, comments and shares, that doesn’t mean we don’t appreciate the well-written and illuminating posts that sometimes fall under the radar of most readers for whatever reason. As a result, I thought it would be a good idea to point out some of those posts that deserve a second look for readers who may have missed them.

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