Tia Glista interviews Lauren Elkin about her new book “Art Monsters: Unruly Bodies in Feminist Art.”
In a preview of the upcoming LARB Quarterly issue, no. 41: “Truth,” Claire Shaffer muses on how Taylor Swift has begun to recast her personal story...
A. J. Urquidi and God pounded some Jägerbombs and braved an atmospheric river to sample grind, noise, and “doug rock.”
Adam Shatz speaks with Kate Wolf and Eric Newman about his latest book, “The Rebel’s Clinic: The Revolutionary Lives of Frantz Fanon.”
Dan Magers speaks with Ben Fama about his debut novel, “If I Close My Eyes.”
Brianna Di Monda reviews William Oldroyd’s cinematic adaptation of Ottessa Moshfegh’s novel “Eileen.”
Brittany Menjivar went to the antiquarian book conference and found a fuzzy belly, murderous frog, and rec center chairman.
Sean T. Collins explores a quartet of sleazy, sensual, sensational shows from 2023 that dared to go beyond prestige-TV dramedy realism.
Kate Tsurkan reviews Artem Chapeye’s “The Ukraine.”
David Diaz dreams of one day telling his grandchildren about the hardcore punk show from his porch on the outskirts of town.
Anthony Alessandrini reviews Adam Shatz’s “The Rebel’s Clinic: The Revolutionary Lives of Frantz Fanon.”
Rowland Bagnall reviews Anne Carson’s “Wrong Norma.”
Rachel Carroll reviews Saretta Morgan’s “Alt-Nature.”
Tom Zoellner reviews Geoff Nicholson’s “Walking on Thin Air: A Life’s Journey in 99 Steps.”
1:1 invites writers to reflect on a single work of art with focus, care, and imagination to expand how we view, receive, and write about art.
Vivian Medithi interviews Melissa Broder about her novel “Death Valley.”