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Los Angeles Review of Books
Weird Ecology: On The Southern Reach Trilogy
The House, The Story
The Longing of the Collector
A Truthy Critique of American Higher Ed
White People Problems: A Critical Response to William Deresiewicz’s “Excellent Sheep”
The Curse of Byron
Guilty as Charged
The Wisdom of the Pig-Keeper
This Endanger'd Isle
Empire, Empathy, and Identity
“Sincerely Most Sincerely”
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Unsuited to Age Group
Gilding the Small Screen: or, “Is it just me or did TV get good all of a sudden?”
The Ephemeral Real, Part IV
Worth the Trip
Parents, Teenagers, and the Books in Between
Afghanistan at the Brink Again: A Long-Term Solution to a Growing Crisis
Long Burn the Fire: On Political Order and Political Decay
Why Am I Brown? South Asian Fiction and Pandering to Western Audiences
Why We Need Anita Hill
Outlander: Season 1
George Orwell Weighs In on Scottish Independence
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PODCAST #69: Jonathan Lethem
Interview with Lan Cao, author of "The Lotus and the Storm"
On Culpability and Carrying the Gun: An Interview with Brian Turner
This Shirt Won't Change Your Life: An Interview with Sheila Heti
PODCAST #68: Sean Wilsey
Where We Are for the Time Being with Ruth Ozeki
[VIDEO] Interview with Cartoonist Ben Katchor
A Daughter’s Corrido: Maria Venegas Talks "Bulletproof Vest"
PODCAST #67: Edan Lepucki
The Condition of Possibility
An Almost Unheard Low Note
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PODCAST #43: Leslie Cockburn, "Baghdad Solitaire"
September 30th, 2013
Host Colin Marshal speaks to journalist and filmmaker LESLIE COCKBURN (
) about her latest novel
and why fiction is best suited for depicting the "wilderness of mirrors" that is a war zone.
PODCAST #42: Gabe Durham, "Fun Camp"
PODCAST #40: Richard Rayner
PODCAST #39: Robert Polito, Tom Healy, Adam Fitzgerald
PODCAST #41: James Greenberg & James Morrison
PODCAST #38: Ken Baumann, "Solip"
PODCAST #33: David Shook, "Our Obsidian Tongues"
PODCAST #32: Jeff Weiss & Evan McGarvey, "2pac vs. Biggie"
PODCAST #31: Marc Maron, "Attempting Normal"
PODCAST #30: Steph Cha, "Follow Her Home"
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