In his series Super Flemish, Paris-based Sacha Goldberger imagines iconic superheroes as portrayed by 16th- and 17th-century Flemish masters.
A new short documentary from LARB A.V. tells the tale of an amazing hidden map collection and a glimpse into the reclusive soul that protected it for years.
Legendary humorist Ellis Weiner, formerly of National Lampoon and Spy magazine, joins Laurie Winer and Seth Greenland to discuss his prolific career and the history of humor writing in America.
LARB's Philosophy & Critical Theory editor Arne De Boever interviews Judith Butler about her 2015 CalArts lecture series, Demonstrating Precarity.
An enormous map collection falls into the arms of the LA library
A series of short, intimate portraits of locals in Venice Beach
All novelists...whether they admit it or not, wanted to be rock stars
Poverty tourism, reality television and Bolivian silver mines
National Lampoon & Spy magazine alumnus talks humor writing in America
Selfish, Shallow, & Self-Absorbed: The Decision Not to Have Kids
Imagine superheroes as portrayed by 16th- and 17th-century Flemish masters
He explores the beauty of mothers in "Certain Women"
Stunning works from a conceptual and mixed media artist
Interview with the Japanese American children's author
Congolese-born author of such novels as African Psycho
Editor of The Misread City and author of Culture Crash: The Killing of the Creative Class