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Los Angeles Review of Books
The Shock of the New Normal
Bright Home, Dark Heart
Besotted: Writers and Their Dogs
The Other Vietnam Syndrome
Limits to Knowing
Marriage, Bennington Style: Ivy Pochoda on Susan Scarf Merrell’s "Shirley"
What Was Best About the World
The Arts, Paths, and Myths of Yoga
“Pick a side, we’re at war!”
Analog, Again: Jack White’s “Language Lessons”
After Jeff Koons: A Retrospective
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[VIDEO] Photographer Spotlight: Mona Kuhn
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
The Rabbi Who Knew Too Much
In the Wake of the British Boom: The 72nd World Science Fiction Convention
Corporate Noir, or This Job Is Killing Me
Whiteness Visible: Three Poets Explore the Grammar of Racism
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[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
Possessed, or Eavesdropping
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Immigrant Worries: On the New World Novels of Dina Nayeri and Jessica Soffer
Jessica Soffer is a graduate of Hunter College's MFA program and has been published in
The New York Times
. She teaches Creative Writing at Connecticut College and lives in New York City.
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