Cory Oldweiler reviews the new translation of Czech author Hana Andronikova’s final novel “Heaven Has No Ground.”
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Mitchell Cohen explores the problematic afterlife of a foundational text of Western Marxism, .“History and Class Consciousness” by Georg Lukács.
Siena Foster-Soltis joins the audience, votes, and—expectedly—witnesses the victory of Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Slava Greenberg looks at the legacy of Netflix’s series “Sex Education” in light of its finale
If you're gonna build a career on proximity to coolness, maybe start by ascertaining whether you are—in fact—cool?
Katherine Turk reviews Jenni Nuttall’s “Mother Tongue: The Surprising History of Women’s Words.”
Banu Subramaniam gets whiplash when she reads Richard O. Prum’s “Performance All the Way Down: Genes, Development, and Sexual Difference.” For a book...
Jack Skelley stumbles right up to the razor’s edge of Los Angeles’s alt-lit scene, and perhaps tumbles into the ether.
Kevin Koczwara chats with Sammy Harkham about his grindhouse-inspired new graphic novel “Blood of the Virgin,” the burdens of balancing family life...
Kevin Koczwara reviews Steven Millhauser’s new collection of stories, “Disruptions.”
Tom Zoellner talks to Lydia Otero about her new account of a young adulthood in Los Angeles, “L.A. Interchanges: A Brown & Queer Archival Memoir”
Melissa Chan writes about the performance of Wagner operas in China.
John Reeves considers Julian Jackson’s “France on Trial: The Case of Marshal Pétain.”
Azeta Hatef reviews the Hulu reality show “Secrets & Sisterhood:The Sozahdahs."
Cal Revely-Calder finds much to appreciate, and more to decry, in Omar Kholeif’s “Internet_Art: From the Birth of the Web to the Rise of NFTs.”
Brian Frank speaks with Lexi Kent-Monning about her new novel “The Burden of Joy.”