David Shields and Caleb Powell, authors of "I Think You're Totally Wrong: A Quarrel", go a few extra rounds during an afternoon ride on the Santa Monica ferris wheel.
Michael Kurcfeld's series continues with a look at renowned street photographer and color pioneer Joel Meyerowitz, whose latest work focuses on still lifes of small discarded objects.
The man, the myth, the legend—the foul owl with the death growl—in conversation with LARB editor-in-chief Tom Lutz. Filmed for Tom's Book Club at Emerson College LA in Hollywood.
Comedy legend Bob Odenkirk talks about canonical bathroom literature and lousy manifestos in his new collection of hilarious essays, A Load of Hooey.
This brave new circuit is the Eyes Wide Shut of comedy
Lisa Pearson publishes work that used to never leave the museum
Why Detroit matters to LA and every other city in the country
Disproving the fallacy of the single-minded athlete
Her new novel examines personal consequences of the Vietnam War
His latest fiction emerges from staring in a dead skull's eye sockets
Gangsterland sends a Chicago mafia hitman to suburban Las Vegas to live as a rabbi
Casebook is a story of marriage, divorce & boyhood in Los Angeles
His latest is Cataract City, a novel of boxing and friendship in Niagara Falls.
A look back at 50 years of photography
Asylum of the Birds is haunting and beautiful
The Tibetan monk used photography to rebuild his monastery
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