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Los Angeles Review of Books
The Genetics of Genre, the Genre of Genetics
Music and Lyric: On Poe’s Poetry
Fear and Loathing in Freetown
Lovely Bones: The Contested Invention of the Unknown Soldier
A Child Unkennelled
Facing the Intolerable
A Subtle Weave of Layers
The Junk Artist
The Major and the Minor: Meghan Daum Bears Down
Beauty, Mourning, and Melancholy in Africa39
The Discreet Charm of Polytheism
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Hide Your Smiling Faces and the Ownership of Public Deaths
The Sick and the Tired
Photographer Spotlight: Guy Webster
The Human in University Education
Terror at the Opera: Klinghoffer and the Extremists
Three the Hard Way: The Return of Sleater-Kinney
Disconnecting Acts: An Interview with Zygmunt Bauman Part II
Disconnecting Acts: An Interview with Zygmunt Bauman Part I
The Authorized Surveillance of Edward Snowden
All-American Girl at 20: The Evolution of Asian Americans on TV
Spoiler Alert: Your Art Should Be Ruined
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PODCAST #72: Mona Simpson
A Funny Process
An Interview with Andrew Lipstein, Digital Publisher
Stephin Merritt's 101 Two-Letter Words
A New Collection of California Prose
Fun, Fury, and the American Studies Association
PODCAST #71: Craig Davidson
Blank Space on the Family Tree
Caitlin Doughty, Memoir of a Mortician
The Love Letters of Heinrich Himmler
Lawyers, Liars, and the Art of Storytelling
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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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