LARB Radio Hour: Episode 2




This week’s segments include the latest in Alexandra Socarides’s series The Poems (We Think) We Know, Juan Felipe Herrera reads a favorite poem from Matthew Lippman, and Literary Death Match’s Adrian Todd Zuniga shares a story from the road. Plus Tom, Laurie and Seth rank literature’s best first lines, and reflect on the the role of nostalgia in fiction. 

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