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51 minutes · 5 days ago
Gary Indiana's "Do Everything In The Dark"
69 minutes · 1 week ago
Publishing in Peril? Lisa Lucas and Christian Lorentzen
52 minutes · 2 weeks ago
Hunter Hargraves' "Uncomfortable Television" and Phillip Maciak's "Avidly Reads: Screentime"
48 minutes · 3 weeks ago
Claire Dederer's "Monsters: A Fan’s Dilemma"
46 minutes · 1 month ago
Helen Cammock's "I Will Keep My Soul"
55 minutes · 1 month ago
Tom Comitta's "The Nature Book" & Suzaan Boettger's "Inside the Spiral"
45 minutes · 1 month ago
Colm Tóibín's "A Guest at the Feast"
37 minutes · 1 month ago
Jenny Liou's "Muscle Memory"
49 minutes · 2 months ago
McKenzie Wark's "Raving"
48 minutes · 2 months ago
Cristina Rivera Garza's "Liliana’s Invincible Summer: A Sister’s Search for Justice"
58 minutes · 2 months ago
Malcolm Harris' "Palo Alto: A History of California, Capitalism, and the World"
68 minutes · 2 months ago
2023 Oscars Preview
50 minutes · 2 months ago
Emmanuel Iduma's "I Am Still With You"
38 minutes · 3 months ago
Laura Poitras "All the Beauty and the Bloodshed"
43 minutes · 3 months ago
Ann Goldstein on Alba de Cespedes' "Forbidden Notebook"
44 minutes · 3 months ago
Maggie Millner's "Couplets"
42 minutes · 3 months ago
De'Shawn Charles Winslow's "Decent People"
49 minutes · 4 months ago
Kathryn Ma's "The Chinese Groove"
53 minutes · 4 months ago
Curtis White's "Transcendent"
52 minutes · 4 months ago
Anand Giridharadas "The Persuaders"
42 minutes · 4 months ago
Sabrina Imbler's "How Far the Light Reaches"
41 minutes · 5 months ago
Best of 2022: Adam Phillips's "On Wanting to Change" and "On Getting Better"
53 minutes · 5 months ago
Jordan Stein's "Rip Tales"
65 minutes · 5 months ago
The Best of 2022
52 minutes · 5 months ago
Joyce Chopra, Lady Director; and Chris Smith's "Sr."
42 minutes · 5 months ago
Jamieson Webster's "Disorganisation and Sex"
30 minutes · 6 months ago
Hilton Als' "My Pinup"
45 minutes · 6 months ago
Dionne Irving's "The Islands"
51 minutes · 6 months ago
Peter Brooks' "Seduced by Story: The Use and Abuse of Narrative"
54 minutes · 6 months ago
Jon Wiener on the Life and Work of Mike Davis, plus Constance Debré's "Love me Tender"
47 minutes · 7 months ago
Darryl Pinckney's "Come Back in September"
37 minutes · 7 months ago
Namwali Serpell's "The Furrows"
39 minutes · 7 months ago
Kathryn Scanlan's "Kick the Latch"
40 minutes · 7 months ago
Hua Hsu's "Stay True"
34 minutes · 8 months ago
Andrew Sean Greer's "Less is Lost"
41 minutes · 8 months ago
Yiyun Li's "The Book of Goose"
46 minutes · 8 months ago
Rachel Aviv's "Strangers to Ourselves: Unsettled Minds and the Stories That Make Us"
68 minutes · 8 months ago
For the Love of Print: Chloe Watlington, Michelle Chihara, Jeff Weiss and Schessa Garbutt
60 minutes · 8 months ago
The Art of Translation: Andrew Way Leong, Bruna Dantas Lobato, Robin Myers, and Magdalena Edwards
29 minutes · 9 months ago
Elizabeth Kolbert's "Under a White Sky: The Nature of the Future"
31 minutes · 9 months ago
K-Ming Chang's "Gods of Want"
47 minutes · 9 months ago
Alexandra Lange's "Meet Me by the Fountain: An Inside History of the Mall"
39 minutes · 9 months ago
Elvia Wilk's "Death By Landscape"
29 minutes · 10 months ago
Raquel Gutiérrez's "Brown Neon"
42 minutes · 10 months ago
Joseph Osmundson's "Virology"
37 minutes · 10 months ago
Claire Denis's "Both Sides of the Blade"
59 minutes · 10 months ago
Ruth Wilson Gilmore's "Abolition Geography: Essays Toward Liberation"
44 minutes · 10 months ago
Natalia Molina's "A Place at the Nayarit: How a Mexican Restaurant Nourished A Community"
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