The Magazine of Arts and Culture
HORIZON Magazine was published from 1958 to 1978 by an extraordinary staff of editors, writers, and art directors at American Heritage Publishing. For more information, see the Wikipedia entry.
In the pages of HORIZON:
- Alvin Toffler first defined Future Shock.
- Saul Bellow, Stanley Kauffmann, and Jean Stafford wrote on film.
- George Plimpton reported on interviews of Ernest Hemingway in Cuba and Andrew Wyeth in Chadds Ford.
- Critics and art historians Donald Hall, Robert Hughes, Frank O'Hara, John Russell, Ben Shahn, and John Updike wrote on the arts.
- Rene Dubos, Stephen Jay Gould, Julian Huxley and Carl Sagan wrote on science.
- Anthony Burgess, W.H Auden, Somerset Maugham wrote on letters.
- Ada Louise Huxtable and Paul Goldberger wrote on architecture.
- William Zinsser, author of On Writing Well, wrote on language.
- Arthur Clarke predicted our future 54 years ago : instant mail by computer, access to entire libraries from home, and much more.
- Historians Antonia Fraser, Gilbert Hughet, J.H. Plumb, Edwin O. Reischauer, H.R. Trevor-Roper, Arnold Toynbee, C.V. (Dame) Wedgwood, and Theodore White illuminated the past.
- P.G. Wodehouse asked, "What Happened to My World?"
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