Work of Two Park Alumni Featured in This Week’s New Yorker Magazine

Work of Two Park Alumni Featured in This Week’s New Yorker Magazine

The November 3 issue of The New Yorker magazine features the work of two Park School graduates: Jess Row ’93 and Charlie Hankin ’06. 

Jess Row’s new fiction, “The Empties,” is available online here: http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2014/11/03/emptiesJess has written two short-story collections and the novel Your Face in Mine, which was published in August.

See Charlie Hankin’s November 3 cartoon, “Dangling Shoes,” here: http://charliehankin.com/category/new-yorker-cartoons/. Charlie is a painter and animator living in Brooklyn, NY. His work appears in The New Yorker regularly.

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