Rebecca Schultz interviews Leïla Slimani about her latest novel "The Perfect Nanny."
Stagecoach Music Festival, in Photographs
Armed only with two disposable cameras, Matthew Stevens chronicles Stagecoach Music Festival.
Thoughts on Tenure and Free Speech from an Untenured Faculty Member
Michelle Falkoff argues that tenure preserves job security for those whose speech is most frequently under threat.
When Poetry is a Crime
Joanna Chen visits Dareen Tatour, who currently faces up to eight years in prison in Israel.
The Path of Ambivalence: On João by John Mateer
Robert Wood reviews the "great poetic gift" of "João" by John Mateer.
Burning: an Acclaimed Korean Auteur’s Explosive, Haruki Murakami-Adapting Indictment of Inequality
Colin Marshall on "Burning," Lee Chang-dong's latest film based on a Haruki Murakami short story.
Nora and Delia Ephron’s Love, Loss, and What I Wore, 10 Years Later
Kristin Marguerite Doidge attends Nora and Delia Ephron’s off-Broadway hit play "Love, Loss, And What I Wore."
Coming of Age in Columbus
K. Aleah Papes considers Kogonada's 2017 debut feature film "Columbus."
I Wonder: Talking Joe Brainard with Andrew Epstein
Andy Fitch and Andrew Epstein discuss the work of Joe Brainard and his fabled "I Remember" structure.
Remembering Philip Roth (1933-2018)
Members of the LARB community remember the great American novelist Philip Roth.