Tom Lutz

Tom Lutz is the editor-in-chief of the Los Angeles Review of Books.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

John Rechy: An Interview

"I’ve never thought of myself as a rebel. This may sound naive, but I did not expect that City of Night would create the kind of stir that it did."...


Tom's Book Club, Fall 2014

LARB editor-in-chief interviews Mount Terminus author David Grand for the Fall 2014 edition of Tom's Book Club....


Interview with Krys Lee

Interview with Krys Lee about her work and experiences on the North Korean border, the inspiration for her forthcoming novel....


Interview with Daniel Alarcón

Interview with Daniel Alarcón about his non-traditional literary background and his relationship with Spanish literature....


[VIDEO] On "The Color Master"

This past Sunday we offered members of Tom's Book Club an exclusive live-stream video of LARB editor-in-chief Tom Lutz speaking with ...


Dave Barry talks to Tom Lutz

Dave Barry Skyped in to talk to Tom Lutz — very bad lighting on his side makes for a very low-fi image, ...


Gregg Hurwitz

Gregg Hurwitz came to LARB headquarters to talk to Tom Lutz about becoming an Angeleno, the L.A. crime fiction tradition, ...


Feeding the Poor

In truth, it is the ones who uncritically embrace new technical innovations that are being naïve and idealistic....


Misha Glouberman and Sheila Heti

soundcloud id='31289752']Tom Lutz talks to Misha Glouberman and Sheila Heti about their co-authored, genreless book, 'The Chairs Are Where ...


Future Tense

"Yes," said a Frenchman. "We have this silly theory in France that our authors should be able to eat."...


Odious and Unpleasant

For all the talk of information overload, we are all of us a little behind on our reading....


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