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Los Angeles Review of Books
Is There Still Hope?: A Climatologist’s Perspective
Going Deep in the “Magic South”
Are You Out of Your Mind?
The Ecological Uncanny: On the “Southern Reach” Trilogy
Sex and the Sacred Text: Michelle Tea on the Republication of Eileen Myles’s “Chelsea Girls”
Not a Donkey
The Spyglass and the Astronomer: Seeing Galileo in Perspective
Environmentalism as a Religious Idea
Language and the Postapocalyptic World
From the Globe to the Brain and Back
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Photographer Spotlight: Paolo Pellegrin & Alex Majoli
Radio Hour: Flannery O’Connor, Henri Coulette, and Angela Flournoy
A New Golden Age Part II: The Path to Prosperity
The Aphasia Book Club
Photographer Spotlight: Mick Rock Shoots David Bowie
Straight Outta Compton: The Profound in the Profane
Hollywood’s Radio Edit
Radio Hour: Amy Uyematsu, Peter Lefcourt, and the Darkest Book Ever Written
A New Golden Age Part I: Why Your Grandparents Lived Larger than You Do
South African Feminism, Lady Gaga, and the Flight Toward “Queer Utopia”
Body of Work: The Dying Philosopher
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Jody D. Armour's "Nigga Theory"
PODCAST #86: Amelia Gray
Victoria Patterson Discusses “The Little Brother”
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
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Noah Berlatsky edits the comics and culture website the Hooded Utilitarian and is a correspondent for
. Noah Berlatsky is the author of
Wonder Woman: Bondage and Feminism in the Marston/Peter Comics, 1941-1948
, out in 2015 from Rutgers University Press.
Noah Berlatsky's Articles on LARB
The Virtues of Know-Nothing Criticism
The Cozy in the Closet: Josh Lanyon’s Holmes and Moriarity Series
The Genetics of Genre, the Genre of Genetics
Spoiler Alert: Your Art Should Be Ruined
Building a Better Panopticon: “The Wire” as Melodrama
On Octavia Butler’s "Unexpected Stories" and Margaret Mitchell’s "Gone With the Wind "
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