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Los Angeles Review of Books
Deep in the Dragon’s Veins
Acquittal Fails to Illuminate
A South African Novel about E.M. Forster
Bride of Deconstruction
I Fall to Pieces
Up to Something
The Problem of the “Unencumbered Mind”: On Gender and Partition in India
Fake Places: The Work of Edie Fake
Those Were The Days
The News Is Born
Feminism and the "50 Shades" Hangover
Hrabalesque: A Guide to Rambling On
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How Much Does "Does Poetry Matter" Matter?
It Gets Better: The Evolution of "Queer TV"
A U-Turn on Wilshire: Why Frank Gehry Should Design LACMA
"Geologic Time from Now On!": Lorine Niedecker's Lake Superior
Backroads Noir in the Australian Outback: David Michôd’s "The Rover"
Lily King on the Publication of Euphoria
[VIDEO] Photographer Spotlight: Mazaccio & Drowilal
America’s Memory of the Vietnam War in the Epoch of the Forever War
Young Adult Cancer Story
Piety and Perversity: The Palms of Los Angeles
Fear And Trembling And Doom
“I Come From Erfurt”: Art and Darkness in the Dollhouse
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Three Questions for Natalia Sylvester Regarding Her Debut Novel
[VIDEO] Former star punter took a stand against the NFL
PODCAST #65: Geoff Nicholson
[VIDEO] Interview with Robert Coover
Five Questions and Five Answers with Dorothea Lasky
PODCAST #64: Lisa See
Unalienated Uncreativity: An interview with Kenneth Goldsmith
Flacks, Profiteers and The Secret World of Oil
Souvenirs of the Future
[VIDEO] Chip Kidd at the 2014 LA Times Book Fest
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Matthew Brandon Wolfson
Matthew Wolfson is a writer living in New York. He holds a BA from Pomona College and an MPhil in political thought and intellectual history from the University of Cambridge.
Matthew Brandon Wolfson's Articles on LARB
Are American Politics Redeemable? Robert Gates, Hillary Clinton and Two Memoirs of Washington, DC
Tears, Fires and Evasions: The Sentimental Repackaging of George W. Bush
Aliens in the Homeland
Staring Clear-Eyed at the Culture: Joan Didion and the Postwar Deluge
What We’ve Lost and Gained: Aaron Sorkin’s Complex Nostalgia
The Last Company Town
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