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Los Angeles Review of Books
An Aesthetic of Expansiveness: Drawn & Quarterly at 25 Years
Decline and Fall
Death and Other Holes: The Novels of Viola Di Grado
Mid-Career: Three Poets and their Fourth Books
Kids in the Aftermath: Katrina in Young Adult Fiction
Taking Things By Surprise
What Rubbish They Publish
A Therapeutic Cartography
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Radio Hour: “The Look of Silence,” Diana Wagman, and D. W. Griffith
An Artist’s Intervention in the Ebola Crisis
Photographer Spotlight: Jerry Uelsmann
Drums and Loyalty: Narendra Modi and Xi Jinping’s Parallel Power Parade
Crying with the Cosmic Cowboy
Murder Mysteries after the Death of the Author
Inconvenient Truths at LACMA: Sweeping Debt, Dealmaking, and Dubious Design under the Red Carpet
Uses of Displeasure: Literary Value and Affective Disgust
The Dream Redeemed: A Coda to the Same-Sex Marriage Struggle
Radio Hour: "Go Set a Watchman" and Film Critic John Powers
Taylor & Karlie & Lena: The Romance of Celebrity Female Friendship In the Feminist Selfie Generation
A Nice Hobby, Like Knitting: On Barbara Pym
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A Love Letter to Los Angeles
The Falling Apartness of Things
Old Guys Have More Fun
A New Spirit in Israeli Culture
Cartoonist Lalo Alcaraz
The Anthropoid Condition
PODCAST #82: Oliver Wang
Where Criticism Is Counterrevolutionary: Tania Bruguera on Cuba and the Fight for Free Speech
Charleston’s Psychic Landscape
A Religion of the Text
Interview with Mallory Ortberg of “The Toast”
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Jobs at LARB
PODCAST #25: Jim Gavin on his collection "Middle Men"
April 7th, 2013
Jim Gavin is a Stegner Fellow and
podcast host Colin Marshall speaks with him about his first collection,
Adventures in Limbo: On Jim Gavin's "Middle Men"
PODCAST #24: Margot Lachlan White on her latest "Waking Up in Tehran"
Nalo Hopkinson at UCR Writers Week 2013 [VIDEO]
Podcast #21: Richard Kramer on His New Novel "These Things Happen"
Podcast #17: Lani Hall Alpert on her new book "Emotional Memoirs"
George Saunders on his latest, "Tenth of December"
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