This interview is part of an ongoing LARB A.V. series from this year's LA Times Festival of Books. Go to the LARB A.V. homepage to see more interviews...
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Mona Simpson discusses the inspiration for her new novel "Casebook" and why it is a different kind of love story.
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Last month we visited the second annual LA Art Book Fair at the Geffen Contemporary in Little Tokyo and we were shocked to find so much buzz in the...
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