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Obsession and Tragedy in Michelle McNamara’s I’ll Be Gone in the Dark

Sara Century reviews "I'll Be Gone in the Dark" by Michelle McNamara.

Morrissey is a Children’s Singer

Jason Morphew describes his four-year-old daughter's abiding love for Morrissey.

This is the Spanish Civil War

Jonathan Kirshner makes the case that America today faces a similar moral crisis to that faced in the Spanish Civil War.

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Transformation and Non-Adventure in Ashley Shelby’s South Pole Station

Ben Valentine reviews Ashley Shelby's "South Pole Station."

The Chiming Bells of Mortality

Jeffrey Tayler on the Greek literature that he turned to after his father's death.

Jonny Greenwood’s New Baroque

Will Gottsegen on the score to Oscar-nominee "Phantom Thread," written by Jonny Greenwood.

Talking with Two Young Authors from ANTHOLOGY: The Ojai Playwrights Conference Youth Workshop 2006-2016

Two young authors discuss "ANTHOLOGY: The Ojai Playwrights Conference Youth Workshop 2006-2016," to which they contributed.

Can Knowledge Change the World?: An Interview With Kate Grenville

Australian writer Kate Grenville’s novels include Lilian’s Story, The Idea of Perfection, and The Secret River. She has worked in …

“In A Little Bit of Time It Won’t Hurt So Bad”: Dodie Clark, Secrets for the Mad, and Hope for Young Women

Kelly Peyton interviews musician, artist, and YouTuber Dodie Clark, author of "Secrets of the Mad."