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Los Angeles Review of Books
Brand Anorexia: Alexandra Kleeman
Two Scenes from the Finnish Diaspora: Maria Takolander and Niina Pollari
Will Robots Inherit the Earth?
Representing Los Angeles: Nina Revoyr’s Lost Canyon
Coorie Doon: Dirda’s Year of Reading
Competition and Coexistence: A Pushmi-Pullyu Perspective
The Poetry of Environmental Disaster
Rusted Development: The Fight Against Corrosion Creep
Vladimir Nabokov, American Vagabond
Crisis on Earth-33!
Too Much Light
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Radio Hour: Mansplaining, Nature Noir, and Obscure Hollywood Novels
Photographer Spotlight: Paolo Woods & Gabriele Galimberti
Radio Hour: “Valley Fever,” Revisiting John Barth, and the Golden Age of Comic Books
Unnatural Disasters, or Queering Katrina
Cold Opening: The Publicity Campaign for “Watchman”
Response to Sharon Johnston and Mark Lee
The Old Master: The Enduring Fascination of Elderly Sherlock Holmes
It’s Demand, Stupid: The Cause and Cure of Our Economic Travails
Corita Kent: The Big G Stands for Goodness
The Writer Postponed: Barthes at the BnF
The Odd Couple: On Political Dissent and the Remarkable Similarities Between Mark Twain and Yu Hua
Photographer Spotlight: Alice Wielinga
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On Publishing Peggy Freydberg
Science Fiction Author John Scalzi
Occasions for Wonder
Speaking of the Demonic with Dorothea Lasky
Flames, Too, Are a Form of Literacy
A 6,000-Mile Line
The Novel in Utopia
PODCAST #84: Jay Rubin
The Intervention Conversation: The Movement of Black Lives Matter
Three Questions for Luis Alberto Urrea Regarding his New Poetry Collection, “The Tijuana Book of the Dead”
Murder Is Revelatory
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Matt Thorne lives in London and is an novelist and screenwriter. He recently co-wrote the screen adaptation of his novel 8 Minutes Idle, which is out now. His latest book is a critical study of Prince (Faber, 2012).
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