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There’s Only One Tonya: Debating Sufjan Stevens’s Two Renditions of “Tonya Harding”

Chris Stedman and Nathan Goldman debate the relative merits of the two versions of Sufjan Stevens’s recently released “Tonya Harding."

Asking For A Friend: I Want A Kid Even Though The World Might Be Ending

Olive answers a writer with outsized fears about becoming a mother.

Astro Poets at the Library

Nora Battelle brings her URL life to IRL with the Astro Poets at the New York Public Library.

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Lorraine Hansberry: Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart — Talking to Filmmaker Tracy Heather Strain

Janice Rhoshalle Littlejohn talks to Tracy Heather Strain about her film "Lorraine Hansberry: Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart" 53 years after Hansberry's death.

A Woman Looking at Chris Kraus Looking at Men: I Love Dick and Kraus’s Precarious Female Gaze

Callie Hitchcock considers the female gaze in "I Love Dick," both the television series and the novel by Chris Kraus.

Well…Wells

"Americans represented the new branch not only of social or historical growth but of biological evolution," writes Dmitry Bykov for "Provocations."

Fireside Books in Palmer, Alaska

The newest addition to LARB's Reckless Reader program is Fireside Books in Palmer, Alaska.

A Crack in Everything: Leonard Cohen at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal

Chloe Lizotte walks us through the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal’s exhibition Leonard Cohen: A Crack in Everything.

How Korea’s Version of TED Talks Aims to Heal Korean Society

Korea's version of Ted Talks is called "Sebashi," and its most popular talks are all about helping Koreans find a better way to live.