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Los Angeles Review of Books
The Nine-Fingered Man
Mapping the Family Possible
“Girl Sex 101” Is a Total Joy
Killing Fiction Meets the Medea Impasse: On Rachel Cusk’s “Outline” and “Medea”
Envisioning Astroculture in the American Hemisphere
Postcards from the Threshold
A Memoriam for the Indian Soldier
War Without End
The Sahel Sang Back
How to Endure
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Radio and Child: Walter Benjamin as Broadcaster
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A Biographer of Monsters
Juan Felipe Herrera’s Global Voice and Vision
Welcome to Marseille
Black Lives and the State of Distraction
The Program Era and the Mainly White Room
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PODCAST #85: James Sie and Sungyoon Choi
The Allure of the Irredeemable: An Interview with Chris Holm
The Challenge of Protest in Our Time: Micah White on Social Change Movements, Theories of Revolution, and Moving on from Occupy Wall Street
That Was Now; This Is Then
Certain Behaviors Translate
The More Noise, the More They Listen
The Most Raw Version of Myself
Mona Eltahawy on Women’s Rights in the Middle East
Feminist Utopia Project
Carmen Lundy Talks About Mary Lou Williams, Music, and Life
On Publishing Peggy Freydberg
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Calum Marsh is a freelance essayist and critic born in Great Britain and based in Toronto. His writings have appeared in Esquire, the Village Voice, and Sight & Sound magazine.
Calum Marsh's Articles on LARB
“Yep,” “Hmm,” “Right”: On "The Wes Anderson Collection"
In Need of Brains: Notes on AMC’s "The Walking Dead"
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