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Los Angeles Review of Books
Fatal Attraction: Love and Murder in Tennessee
Wailin and Dreadin
Nothing Sublime, Nothing Grandiose
George Kuchar’s Voice
A Pen in a World of Scissors: Crazy Crab’s Chinese Dream
Postcommunist Cartography: Agata Pyzik’s “Poor but Sexy”
A Labyrinth of Terror Made of Coral and a Fragile Global Wonder
Henry Kissinger and the Coming Imbalance of Power
No Bible Without the Devil
Nail Me Right Inside the Blackness
Friends of Leo
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Photographer Spotlight: Stephen Wilkes
A Community Spine
From Occupy Wall Street to Occupy Central: The Case of Hong Kong
From Outer Space, or Something: Fantasizing Capital in Contemporary Hip-Hop
Fall Sitcoms: A Dear TV Rundown
La Comédie Architecturale
The Ephemeral Real, Part VI
Fame and Literature, Irreconcilable Enemies
Remembering Derrida: A Forum
Jacques Derrida’s Urgency, Today
Everything Burns: Derrida’s Holocaust
There Is No Thought Without Remembrance
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Fictionalizing the Past, Imagining the Future
PODCAST #70: Jim Ruland
No Exit for Derrida
Interview with Daniel Alarcón
Claiming My Body, Claiming My Voice: An Interview with Lacy M. Johnson
Three Questions for elena minor Regarding Her Debut Poetry Collection, TITULADA
Violent Expressions of the Imperialist Conquest
Three Questions for Amy Bloom
Authors Guild vs. Google: Fair Use or Foul Play?
PODCAST #69: Jonathan Lethem
Interview with Lan Cao, author of "The Lotus and the Storm"
On Culpability and Carrying the Gun: An Interview with Brian Turner
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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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