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Changing Up Alternate History
Drone Warfare: Jus Ad Bellum?
The Lasting Influence of Scott Turow's "Presumed Innocent"
Amos Oz Returns to the Kibbutz
A Genre in Crisis: On Paul Di Filippo's "Wikiworld"
The Afterlives of Discarded Objects: Adam Minter’s "Junkyard Planet"
Brothers Who Got Lost: "Black Aperture" by Matt Rasmussen and "Flies" by Michael Dickman
The Birth of the Cool: Leo Braudy's Memoir of the 1950s
Brainwash, Condition, Repeat: Dave Eggers's "The Circle"
A Former Soviet Union: Elliott Holt's "You Are One of Them"
“All Will Be Explained”: Sara Gran’s “Claire DeWitt and the Bohemian Highway”
Pride and Paragon: Listening to George Eliot's "Middlemarch"
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“Yep,” “Hmm,” “Right”: On The Wes Anderson Collection
Around the World: Jeremy Scahill's "Dirty Wars," Latin America's Alfredo Jaar, and Istanbul's Museum of Innocence
Alfredo Jaar and the Happiness of Chile
The Friends of the Museum
Atmosphere for Lovers and Thieves: Leos Carax’s "Mauvais sang"
The Dangerous Housewife: Santa Barbara's Margaret Millar
Fiction: New & Noteworthy
Poe in Hard Times: Terror of the Soul at The Morgan Library & Museum
A Time-Lapse Detective: 25 Years of Agatha Christie’s "Poirot"
Still Loyal to the Sentence
Brazilian Poetry Today
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An Interview with Medea Benjamin on Drone Warfare
[VIDEO] Libros Schmibros Celebrates 3rd Anniversary
PODCAST #49: Stathis Gourgouris, "Lessons in Secular Criticism"
[VIDEO] Book of Ages: The Life and Opinions of Jane Franklin
What Gets Saved and What Gets Lost: An Interview with Jill Lepore
[VIDEO] Poetry Night: Dorothea Lasky, Adam Fitzgerald, Robert Polito, & Tom Healy
Everyone Has a Place Part II: Damien Sneed on Conducting Wynton Marsalis's Abyssinian Mass
Doug Dorst talks about working with J.J. Abrams
PODCAST #48: Jerry Stahl, "Bad Sex on Speed" / "Happy Mutant Baby Pills"
Convincingly Altered Reality: An Interview with Eric Lundgren
The Other Side of the Monocle: An Interview with Françoise Mouly
Footnotes No More: An Interview with Victoria Patterson
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Aatif Rashid is a writer living in Los Angeles. He has a BA in English and history from UC Berkeley and an MSt in Global and Imperial History from Oxford University.
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