Eric Newman and Medaya Ocher are joined by writer and professor, Dan Sinykin, to talk about his new book “Big Fiction: How Conglomeration Changed the...
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Alex Langstaff calls “Balkan Cyberia: Cold War Computing, Bulgarian Modernization, and the Information Age Behind the Iron Curtain” a must-read for...
Rowland Bagnall reviews James Tate’s “Hell, I Love Everybody.”
Five poets commemorate Louise Glück, including Paul Tran, Katie Peterson, Spencer Reese, Elisa Gonzalez, and Richie Hofmann.
Hannah Bonner looks at Elisabeth Subrin’s documentary, “Maria Schneider, 1983,” alongside Vanessa Schneider’s memoir, “My Cousin Maria Schneider.”
The church is the Hollywood Bowl, the priest is Hozier, the hymns are pop anthems, and everyone is very, very gay.
Grant Sharples reviews the new music documentary “The Elephant 6 Recording Co.”
Theresa Lin pays tribute to the at times revolting charm of filmmaker John Waters, whose unlikely exhibition is now on view at the Academy Museum.
Todd Shy reviews Lawrence Buell’s “Henry David Thoreau: Thinking Disobediently” and Robert D. Richardson’s “Three Roads Back: How Emerson, Thoreau...
Maisie Wiltshire-Gordon reviews Sigrid Nunez’s novel “The Vulnerables.”
Jamie Peck reviews “The George Floyd Uprising” by Vortex Group.
Thom Sliwowski reviews Marie Darrieussecq’s “Sleepless: A Memoir of Insomnia.”
BOYGENIUS with 100 GECS and SLOPPY JANE, Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, October 31, 2023. Emo-folk supergroup boygenius joined hyperpop scoundrels 100...
James Pasley considers New Zealand author Pip Adam’s 2017 novel “The New Animals.”
Jonathan Alexander examines L.A.-based artist Elliott Hundley’s aesthetic of intimacy.
Maya Hayda reviews Chang Yuchen’s “Coral Dictionary Vol. 1: 2019–2022.”