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D+Q’s U.S. distributor, the venerable Farrar, Straus & Giroux, is the subject of everyone’s favorite New Yorker section The Talk of the Town. The company is moving out of their storied offices in Union Square. I would use the same term I used to describe the McSweeneys office this Fall, “charming mayhem”, only more so for a company who has been in business for 60 years and has published TS Eliot, Tom Wolfe and Susan Sontag. The offices were packed floor to ceiling with books, crazy houseplants and mazes to various offices. The article interviews Joy Isenberg, who lets out that the company issued handwritten royalty statements until 1998. One word–Awesome.

D+Q’s U.S. distributor, the venerable Farrar, Straus & Giroux, is the subject of everyone’s favorite New Yorker section The Talk of the Town. The company is moving out of their storied offices in Union Square. I would use the same term I used to describe the McSweeneys office this Fall, “charming mayhem”, only more so for a company who has been in business for 60 years and has published TS Eliot, Tom Wolfe and Susan Sontag. The offices were packed floor to ceiling with books, crazy houseplants and mazes to various offices. The article interviews Joy Isenberg, who lets out that the company issued handwritten royalty statements until 1998. One word–Awesome.

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