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Los Angeles Review of Books
Corporeal and Incorporeal Machines
An Individual Miracle
Farewell to the Space Shuttle
Pistols at Dawn
The Engineer: William Mulholland and the Search for Water in Los Angeles
Golden Ages Past
Desire in a Drought
The Endocannabinoid Comes of Age
Can Jazz Musicians and Short Order Cooks Make You Less Narcissistic?
The Warm Equations
Excavating a Future
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Photographer Spotlight: Richard Misrach
True Detective, Season 2: "Night Finds You"
Let It Fly: A Serious Half-Serious Proposal
Sheeps and Dogs: On “Far From the Madding Crowd”
Radio Hour: Part Two with Bookworm’s Michael Silverblatt
The Afterlife of a Manuscript
What to Make of Heidegger in 2015?
Greening Justice: Can Disparate Actors Heed Pope Francis’s Call for Unity?
True Detective, Season 2: "The Western Book of the Dead"
Between Victimhood and Power: The Female Detectives of Television’s Crime Dramas
The Economics of Mad Max and Star Trek
Lies Like Truth: On Fiction, Reality, and Fictional Reality
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Interview with Mallory Ortberg of “The Toast”
Social Acceleration and the Need for Speed
An Illusion of Everything Making Sense
The Page Unturned
Nina Simone in the New Millennium
Treasure Hunting: Maggie Mertens Interviews Huan Hsu
Live Through This: A Pioneering Rock Critic Looks Back with Love and Sorrow on the 1960s
A Father's Day Interview with Jerry Stahl
“We Are a Bunch of Remittance Addicts”: An Interview with Imee Marcos, Governor of Ilocos Norte, Philippines
Enigmatic Interiors: On Love, Death, Divorce, and Michael White’s New “Travels in Vermeer”
The “Cosmological Nothingness” of Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi
History, the Closet, and the LAPD
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Aaron Shulman is a freelance journalist who has written for
The New Republic
The American Scholar
, among other publications. A former Fulbright scholar in Guatemala, he spent a few years in Spain, and now lives in Los Angeles.
Aaron Shulman's Articles on LARB
Chasing the White Whale of Big Science
Unnerved and a Bit Delirious
Chasing the Origins of Gonzo in South America
More than a Sport: What the World Cup Means to Spain
Performative Marriages and the American Dream: On “The Marriage Act”
Fire On the Mountain: An Interview with Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon
Migrant Trainhoppers on the Rails Through Hell
Edward Hopper as Home and Homesickness
The Fifty Days of the Hotel Madrid
Letter From Guatemala
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