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Los Angeles Review of Books
The Shock of the New Normal
Town and Country: The Double Vision of Bogdan Suceavă
Blood in the Waters
Private Myths of the Bourgeoisie
The King Is Dead: Heidegger’s "Black Notebooks"
Beneath the Craft, Your Face in Mine Is Only Skin Deep
Seeds of Grass
The View from His Words
Foraging for Love
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The Posthuman Scar-Jo
Even the Toothbrush Has More than Two Paths: An Interview with Joseph O’Neill
[VIDEO] Photographer Spotlight: Mona Kuhn
A Tale of Two Summers
Adventures in Cultural Appropriation
The Ephemeral Real, Part II: The Passenger
After the Train Leaves Town: A Report from Ferguson
Football: The Lure of the Game
Blackout: Independent Journalism in Egypt Today, and the Case of Mahmoud Abu Zeid
Truth and Permanence in the Comics of Bishakh Som
When the War Is Over
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PODCAST #68: Sean Wilsey
[VIDEO] Interview with Cartoonist Ben Katchor
A Daughter’s Corrido: Maria Venegas Talks "Bulletproof Vest"
PODCAST #67: Edan Lepucki
The Condition of Possibility
An Almost Unheard Low Note
Three Questions for Désirée Zamorano Regarding Her New Novel
Unreasonable Standards: An Interview with Roxane Gay
[VIDEO] Interview with William T. Vollmann on 'Last Stories and Other Stories'
Reality Is Mayhem
Eating off the Grid
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Kill The Leading Man: Two Histories of 21st Century Television
Brett Martin is a correspondent for
. His work has appeared in
Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, The New York Times, Bon Appétit, Food & Wine
and many others, as well as on public radio's
This American Life
. He has thrice been included in the annual
Best Food Writing
anthology and won James Beard Journalism Awards in 2012 and 2013. He is the author of
Difficult Men: Behind the Scenes of a Creative Revolution, From The Sopranos and The Wire to Mad Men and Breaking Bad
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