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A Satin Island of the Mind
No Choice but Fantastically Disguised Compromise
Therapy and the Art of Mortality
“There Is, But We’ll Never Know”
An Elephant Remembers
Paranoia, the Realistic Response
Printmaking: An Art Medium for the People
Searching for Foucault in an Age of Inequality
Rich Man Wanna Be King
A Bloody Affair
Not Only in the Dark
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Photographer Spotlight: Neil Selkirk
Capsid: A Love Song
How to Grow Big, Beautiful Papayas: On the Baseball Film in Asia
How the Golden Age Lost Its Memory
The Froth Estate: VICE’s Cult of Immersion
Feminist Artifacts: The Archive of Germaine Greer
Radio Hour: “Satin Island,” Cultural References & Finding a Lost City
Country Enough: From Conway and George to Maddie & Tae
Take a Walk in a Wild City: Noir and New Orleans
Hatchet to Hatchet, Dust (Jacket) to Dust: Reading The New York Times Nonfiction Bestseller List
Spinning Wheels: Thought and Motion in Raymond Chandler’s Fiction
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The Domestic First Responder
Writing Is Key
Demonstrating Precarity: Vulnerability, Embodiment, and Resistance
Building van Gogh’s World
Life Is Easier than We Make It
Filmgoer Theory: An Interview with Eddie Muller on the Nowness of Noir
We Create a Lot of Widows
The Imitation Game
PODCAST #76: Cynthia Kadohata
Dead Man Walking
Interview with Michael Marder
PODCAST #75: Alain Mabanckou
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PODCAST #30: Steph Cha, "Follow Her Home"
May 27th, 2013
Steph Cha is a graduate of Stanford University and Yale Law School. She lives in her native city of Los Angeles, California.
Here, Colin Marshall speaks with Cha about her debut novel
Follow Her Home
The First Cut is the Deepest: Steph Cha's ”Follow Her Home"
PODCAST #29: Nathaniel Rich, "Odds Against Tomorrow"
PODCAST #28: Anna Stothard, "The Pink Hotel"
PODCAST #27: Colin Dickey
PODCAST #26: Matthew Specktor, "American Dream Machine"
PODCAST #25: Jim Gavin on his collection "Middle Men"
PODCAST #24: Margot Lachlan White on her latest "Waking Up in Tehran"
[VIDEO] Rachel Kushner, "The Flamethrowers"
[VIDEO] Aleksandar Hemon on his latest "The Book of My Lives"
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