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Los Angeles Review of Books
Fear and Lurking in Toronto
On the Notebooks of Count Giacomo Leopardi
Shooting Magical Bullets at PTSD
Fear of the Cold: Aki Ollikainen
No Wave Feminism
A Bronx State of Mind
T. Geronimo Johnson’s Racial Satire
Utopian Visions on a Wraparound Screen
Accidental Notes on the Syllabus
On the Other Side
Windy City Gothic: The Resurrection of “The Death of the Detective”
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Photographer Spotlight: Brea Souders
Radio Hour: ISIS propaganda; What is a public intellectual?
Tired of Living, Afraid of Dying: Horace McCoy’s Legacy
Radio Hour: Oscar-worthy acting & literary tourism
Photographer Spotlight: Lois Conner
I Am a Fucking Plagiarist
Falling in Love with Simenon
Iain Sinclair: A Life in Film
Acting and Impersonation
Words Are Stupid and All of Time Is Standing Here Before Us: On “Boyhood”
Radio Hour: Harper Lee, Literary Hub, & Fifty Shades of Grey
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Dead Man Walking
Interview with Michael Marder
PODCAST #75: Alain Mabanckou
Ching-In Chen at UC Riverside's 38th Annual Writers Week
At the Borders of Our Tongue
Utopia and Its Discontents
Unnerved and a Bit Delirious
Just Not Heterosexual at His Core
An Interview with Laura van den Berg on her novel “Find Me”
The Tao of Angelyne: On Temple Grandin, H. G. Wells, and Being “It”
PODCAST #74: Scott Timberg
Nationality Meets Sexuality Meets Reality
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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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