Sara Century reviews "I'll Be Gone in the Dark" by Michelle McNamara.
Jason Morphew describes his four-year-old daughter's abiding love for Morrissey.
Jonathan Kirshner makes the case that America today faces a similar moral crisis to that faced in the Spanish Civil War.
Pamela Avila on Dillon Chitto's play "Bingo Hall," currently showing at The Autry.
Andy Fitch interviews Tae-Yeoun Keum, who is at work on a book about the legacy of Plato’s myths in political thought.
Rebecca Seligman argues that we should reframe mental illness as a social phenomenon to better understand the mass shooting epidemic.
Mark Grayson reflects on his experience of posing nude for photographer Bek Andersen, and the changing definition of masculinity.
Sarah Boxer reflects on the eerie similarities between two famous photographs.
Joe Donovan reviews the new collection from Scott Nadelson, "The Fourth Corner of the World."
RJ Newell talks to Luis Rodriguez, who spoke at the 2017 LARB/USC Publishing Workshop.