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Los Angeles Review of Books
“There Is, But We’ll Never Know”
An Elephant Remembers
Paranoia, the Realistic Response
Printmaking: An Art Medium for the People
Searching for Foucault in an Age of Inequality
Rich Man Wanna Be King
A Bloody Affair
Not Only in the Dark
A Drink (or Four) With Kent Russell
Love Lays Ghastly Traps for the Soul
Upbringing Is All
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Photographer Spotlight: Neil Selkirk
How the Golden Age Lost Its Memory
The Froth Estate: VICE’s Cult of Immersion
Feminist Artifacts: The Archive of Germaine Greer
Radio Hour: “Satin Island,” Cultural References & Finding a Lost City
Country Enough: From Conway and George to Maddie & Tae
Take a Walk in a Wild City: Noir and New Orleans
Hatchet to Hatchet, Dust (Jacket) to Dust: Reading The New York Times Nonfiction Bestseller List
Spinning Wheels: Thought and Motion in Raymond Chandler’s Fiction
Brown Broads, White TV
Early Exposure: The First Films of Andy Warhol
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Demonstrating Precarity: Vulnerability, Embodiment, and Resistance
Building van Gogh’s World
Life Is Easier than We Make It
Filmgoer Theory: An Interview with Eddie Muller on the Nowness of Noir
We Create a Lot of Widows
The Imitation Game
PODCAST #76: Cynthia Kadohata
Dead Man Walking
Interview with Michael Marder
PODCAST #75: Alain Mabanckou
“Smashing Fascist Heads”: Jazra Khaleed on Political and Poetic Crisis in Greece
“Save Yourself”: An Interview with Kelly Braffet on Her New Novel
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Deanne Stillman, "Desert Reckoning"
August 26th, 2013
Deanne Stillman is the author of
Joshua Tree: Desolation Tango
as well as
Twentynine Palms: A True Story of Murder, Marines, and the Mojave.
Here, she speaks with us about her fascination with the Mojave and her latest book,
A Town Sheriff, a Mojave Hermit, and the Biggest Manhunt in Modern California History
[VIDEO] Lillian Faderman, "My Mother's Wars"
[VIDEO] Sammy Harkham, Everything Together
[VIDEO] Jonathan Kirsch, "The Short, Strange Life of Herschel Grynszpan"
Here in the Overdeveloped World: An Interview with McKenzie Wark
[VIDEO] Maggie Shipstead, "Astonish Me"
[VIDEO] Walter Mosley, "Little Green"
[VIDEO] Rob Roberge, "The Cost of Living"
[VIDEO] Mary Otis, "Yes, Yes, Cherries"
[VIDEO] Tom Bissell and The Perks of Being a Dilettante
[VIDEO] Dan Fante, "Point Doom"
[VIDEO] Denis Wood, "Everything Sings: Maps for a Narrative Atlas"
[VIDEO] Aleksandar Hemon on his latest "The Book of My Lives"
[VIDEO] Marisa Silver on her latest, "Mary Coin"
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