Natalia Winkelman reviews "The Bold Type," which was recently renewed for its second season on Freeform.
“When I’m Finished, They Won’t Even Know Your Name”: Kesha, Gaga, and the Grammys from #MeToo to #TimesUp and Beyond
Carie Schneider on Kesha’s show-stealing performance of “Praying" at the Grammy's.
Grolier Poetry Book Shop in Cambridge, MA
The Grolier Poetry Book Shop in Cambridge, MA is the newest addition to LARB's Reckless Reader program.
Remembering William Dailey (1945-2017)
Remembering the late William Dailey, longtime proprietor of Dailey Rare Books in Los Angeles.
Identity and Supremacy
Annette Gordon-Reed's contribution to the Provocations series, in conjunction with UCI’s “Who Do We Think We Are” conference.
Modernism on the Ganges: Raghubir Singh at the Met Breuer
Julian Cosma reviews "Modernism on the Ganges," an exhibition on Raghubir Singh at the Met Breuer.
Technology and Monstrous Children in Alex McElroy’s Daddy Issues
Shastri Akella reviews Alex McElroy's collection "Daddy Issues."
When it Comes to Fire and Fury, Does “New Journalism” Hold Lessons for Reporting on the Trump Administration?
Rachel Kraus wonders if we can use New Journalism as a way to understand Michael Wolff's controversial "Fire and Fury."
Fragments Were What I Had Available to Me: Talking to Danielle Allen
Andy Fitch interviews Danielle Allen about her book "Cuz."
Douglas Kearney's contribution to the Provocations series, in conjunction with UCI’s “Who Do We Think We Are” conference.