What is The Straddler?
The Straddler is an interdisciplinary organization founded in 2007 with the intent of examining and transforming contemporary culture. Our magazine, The Straddler, is published twice per year. Looking as much to the past as to the present for insights into an age where repetition and cultural diminishment are the norm, The Straddler seeks to sift through illuminated bits of Western and American culture. Pieced together, we believe these fragments offer images of the potential for a more dignified cultural future.
We invite you to visit our archive. The next issue of The Straddler will be online June 1, 2013.
Praise for The Straddler
"The Straddler is a substantial achievement. Always provocative, always stimulating."
– Peter Davis
"The magazine is beautiful, intense, and important. Welcome, dear Straddler, to this world."
– Fred Marchant
"The Straddler is adventurous and courageous. Its tapestry is transparent, focused and bold, and without being pompous, it is erudite and a venue of intellectual security for those who have been starving for writing that is dangerous and has a position to share which is often political and unapologetic. Here, the truth is something to be embraced, stimulated and coaxed into being because it is potent and intoxicating."
– Micah Zevin, Newpages
"The Straddler seems to challenge: 'What is the next question?'"
– Megan Dougherty Cheek, Newpages
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