Greil Marcus

Greil Marcus is the author of, among other titles, Bob Dylan by Greil Marcus, Writings 1968–2010 and Real Life Rock: The Complete Top Ten Columns, 1986–2014, and the editor, with Werner Sollors, of A New Literary History of America. He was born in San Francisco and lives in Oakland.


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Real Life Rock Top 10: August 2019

LARB is happy to announce that it will serve as the new home for “Real Life Rock Top 10,” a monthly column by cultural critic Greil Marcus....


Heart of Stone: Keith Richards’ “Life”
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