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Puns, Riddles, High Seriousness, and Talking Animals
Don’t Eat This Marshmallow: Cooling the Fever for Self-Control
Perpetual War for a Perpetual Piece (of the Action)
Albania’s Prophet of the Surveillance State
A Fitting Tribute
The State of Surveillance
Atheism and Its Discontents
The New New Africa
Carnage Hill, or Frank Bascombe’s Late Years
God Would Bend
The Bob Odenkirk Files
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Photographer Spotlight Covers Paris Photo 2014: ROGER BALLEN
Photographer Spotlight: Nicholas Vreeland
Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad City?
Notes on a Native Daughter: Joan Didion at 80
Roundtable on “Citizen: An American Lyric,” Part II
Roundtable on “Citizen: An American Lyric,” Part I
Photographer Spotlight Covers Paris Photo 2014: DAVID LACHAPELLE
How the Humanities Will Save the World
You Got Pages?
There Are Some Things I Just Can’t Tell You About
Blood Sport: The Ultras White Knights vs. Mortada Mansour
The Convergence of Personal, Political, and Spiritual Poetry
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“California Split,” 40 Years Later, Part III: An Interview with Elliott Gould, George Segal, and Joseph Walsh in Three Parts
“California Split,” 40 Years Later, Part II: An Interview with Elliott Gould, George Segal, and Joseph Walsh in Three Parts
“California Split,” 40 Years Later: An Interview with Elliott Gould, George Segal, and Joseph Walsh in Three Parts
An Interview with Alejandro Morales Regarding His New Novel, “River of Angels”
An Interview with No Pictures
An Aggressive Title: Lindsay Hunter on Ugly Girls
Decommissioned Words: An Interview with Richard Ford
Tom's Book Club: James Ellroy
Three Questions for Juan Felipe Herrera Regarding His New Book, “Portraits of Hispanic American Heroes”
Who Are We? Where Did We Come From? Where Are We Going?
Les Plesko Remembered
A Wilderness Guide to Grief
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Maggie Shipstead is the author of
, which won the 2012 Dylan Thomas Prize and was a finalist for the Flaherty-Dunnan First Novel Prize and the Art Seidenbaum Award for First Fiction.
Maggie Shipstead's Articles on LARB
Apologies, Apologies: Jonathan Dee’s "A Thousand Pardons"