MATCHING GRANT FUND DRIVE
Los Angeles Review of Books
A Fitting Tribute
William Gibson’s Breakfast Burrito
After The Fall
Visibility and Invisibility: Vickie Vértiz Investigates the Middle-Class Latinas of Désirée Zamorano’s “The Amado Women”
Laura Ingalls Wilder and Me
Of Labor and Human Bondage: Spinoza, Marx, and the “Willing Slaves” of Capitalism
All About You
Closing the Circle
How I Got Over: The Soul of Aretha Franklin
Is That All There Is to a Novel?
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Photographer Spotlight: Nicholas Vreeland
Photographer Spotlight Covers Paris Photo 2014: DAVID LACHAPELLE
You Got Pages?
Blood Sport: The Ultras White Knights vs. Mortada Mansour
The Convergence of Personal, Political, and Spiritual Poetry
Talk and Not Talk: Anne Carson’s Dialogue of Grief
You Can’t Make a Living: Digital Media, the End of TV’s Golden Age, and the Death Scene of the American Playwright
And if the man with the choke-hold
Emotions Doesn’t Change Facts: Remembering Joseph Hansen
Photographer Spotlight at Paris Photo 2014: ERWIN OLAF
Racecraft: Stories of Racial Passing
Contortionists and Conjurers
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“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 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
Five Minutes with Bryan Stevenson
Interview with Bob Odenkirk
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has contributed to
The New York Times
, among others. His debut collection of essays,
Friday Was the Bomb
, will be published by Dzanc in May 2014. He lives in Los Angeles.
Nathan Deuel's Articles on LARB
The Tender Underbelly of Soldiers: Phil Klay’s Lives During Wartime
A Life in Our Hands: Community, Crime, and Punishment
Ye Who Enter, Abandon Hope: Hell Is a Hospital in Lore Segal's "Half the Kingdom"
FICTION: NEW & NOTEWORTHY
A Former Soviet Union: Elliott Holt's "You Are One of Them"
Boats Are in Trees and Photocopiers Are on the Beach: Lucy Corin’s "One Hundred Apocalypses and Other Apocalypses"
Total Eclipse of the Bar: Nathan Deuel on ‘Turn Around Bright Eyes’
Rising Temperatures: Maggie O'Farrell's "Instructions for a Heatwave"
Life in Beirut
How to Succeed — in a Van, and Otherwise
Finding Words For What Is Horrible: Aleksandar Hemon's "The Book of My Lives"
Fear is Fun: Nathaniel Rich's "Odds Against Tomorrow"
Getting Out of the Picture: On Being Nick Flynn
Take It From a Soldier: On Kevin Powers's "Yellow Birds"
In Praise of Nightmares: Josip Novakovich's "Shopping for a Better Country"