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Los Angeles Review of Books
Excavating a Future
What Are Novels For?: Privilege, Race, and Shelter in Nell Zink’s “Mislaid”
A Visit to the City of Dada
How Cherokee Territory Became the “Deep South”
Everything Was in the Making
Signs and Wonders
Antoine Volodine’s Post-Exoticism
Liberalism as Drama
From Discontented Barons to Predator Drones
At Home in the World
In a Sea of Books, In a Majestic Mundane
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Radio Hour: Part Two with Bookworm’s Michael Silverblatt
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
The Melancholy Muse: Mylene Fernández Pintado on Stories, Sentinels, and Staying in Cuba
The Holy City: Charleston, A Remembrance
Photographer Spotlight: Maggie Taylor
Radio Hour: The Success of Amy Schumer, Genre Fiction, and Russian Noir
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Interview with Mallory Ortberg of “The Toast”
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
The 56th Venice Biennale Exhibition: Meet the Curator
Forever Pushing Agendas: An interview with Jessica Hopper
Writer on Fire
PODCAST #81: Sam Sweet
Life Is Governed by Intention
Life Please Explain
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Tomas Hachard is an Editorial Assistant for
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Tomas Hachard's Articles on LARB
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Around the World: Launch Edition
Chasing Ghosts: On Argentinian Author César Aira
When Love Doesn’t Last: Richard Linklater's "Before Midnight"
Carousel Country: Of Power Wars and Populism in Argentina
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