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Los Angeles Review of Books
Why Pronouns Matter
What Happened: A Look at Joseph Heller’s Forgotten Novel
Unrealized Constraints in Love and in Literature
Beyond the Shadow of Samuel Johnson
Brave New Worlds
A Guide to Millennial Femininity
The Method Singer
Empty Beds, Empty Wombs: Life Beyond the Blueprint
Scorched Earth Doctrine
The Poet and the Engineer: Forty Years of Angolan Independence
Stayed | Freedom | Hallelujah
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Radio Hour: McSweeney’s Crowdfunding and Tommywood
A Torrent of Punk, Techno, and Radical Art
Dancing with Michael Jackson
Radio Hour: Avenging the Armenian Genocide, #TwitterFiction Festival
The Destruction of Art and Antiquities in Our Time
Game of Thrones, Season 5: "Kill the Boy"
Shadow City: Migrant Workers in Beirut
Mad Men, Season 7: "The Milk and Honey Route"
Writing About Not Writing
In Defense of Margins
Writing While Muslim: The Freedom to Be Offended
Questions of Genius: On “Salt of the Earth”
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PODCAST #79: Grace Jung
Interview with Iconic Poet Nikki Giovanni
Interview with Robert Putnam, Author of "Our Kids"
The Hurt Business
Rules and Rituals, Time Capsules and Tap Handles
Writing for Kids and the End Game for the Bernie Gunther Series
The Burden and the Beauty of Loneliness: An Interview with Leslie Parry
Ruby by Cynthia Bond, Selected for Oprah’s Book Club 2.0
PODCAST #78: Sam Quinones
Don’t Call “The Sellout” a Ghetto Pastoral
Creatures of Ambiguity
Erik Davis: Techno-Occultural Nomad
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The Anatomy of a Cheater: Junot Diaz's "This Is How You Lose Her"
Junot Díaz is a Dominican-American author. His fiction has appeared in
The New Yorker
The Paris Review
The Best American Short Stories
. He was born in the Dominican Republic, raised in New Jersey, and is a professor at MIT.
This is How You Lose Her
"He is a writer of fiction. He puts on masks for a living.": An Interview with Junot Diaz
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