Christina Fogarasi reviews Anna Kornbluh’s “Immediacy: Or, the Style of Too Late Capitalism.”
Meet me at the coastal indie sleaze–themed comedy show/birthday warehouse party in Downtown Los Angeles?
Laurent Dubois reviews two new books on Haiti’s past and present: Marlene L. Daut’s “Awakening the Ashes: An Intellectual History” and Jake Johnston’s...
Melissa Chan reviews “Zodiac” by Ai Weiwei.
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.
Philippa Snow examines the anti-heroism offered by Bravo’s reality show “Vanderpump Rules.”
Helen Hester reviews Elizabeth Anderson’s “Hijacked: How Neoliberalism Turned the Work Ethic Against Workers and How Workers Can Take It Back.”
Three educators find inspiration for fighting automation in the classroom in Brian Merchant’s “Blood in the Machine: The Origins of the Rebellion...
Michaela Cavanagh reviews C Pam Zhang’s “Land of Milk and Honey.”
Spring break came early for these singing, dancing, and jamming elders. Someone get the grandmas under control!
Eliana Rozinov revisits Jane Campion's “A Girl’s Own Story” and “The Piano” on the 30th anniversary of the latter film.
Patrick A. Howell and Gennike A. Mayers write about the history of interchange between hip-hop music and the Caribbean Community.
Sarrah Wolfe attended a rave for reproductive rights alongside Ron DeSantis, Nancy Reagan, and “Simon explored Garfunkel.”
Medaya Ocher and Eric Newman are joined by E. J. Koh to discuss her debut novel, “The Liberators,” LARB Book Club’s pick for Winter 2024.
A preview of the upcoming Getty Research Institute x LARB event “Intimate Addresses: Recording Artists Live,” featuring live readings of artists’...
Christopher Newfield argues that we need a new narrative to combat the US Supreme Court’s right-wing story about racial inequities.