Matthew Gannon

Matthew Gannon is a writer and critic from Rhode Island. His main interests are in American literature and cultural criticism inspired by critical theory and Continental philosophy. His work has appeared in The Los Angeles Review of Books, Jacobin Magazine, and Salon. You can follow him on Twitter at @ragpicker_poet.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

All Too Human: On Kurt Vonnegut’s Legacy

Tally proposes many specific interpretations of Vonnegut's novels, though his ultimate motive is to lay the broad foundation for ongoing critical studies of Vonnegut....


Socialism on the Small Screen: On “Parks and Recreation”
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