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That Bit of Philosophy in All of Us: Talking to Tushar Irani

Andy Fitch interviews Tushar Irani, author of "Plato on the Value of Philosophy: The Art of Argument in the Gorgias and Phaedrus."

My Favorite Romance Novels of 2018

Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams’s romance novel-writing past came as a surprise to many people. But not to romance readers. …

A Letter to Alfonso Cuarón from Srećko Horvat

Srećko Horvat writes an admiring letter to Alfonso Cuarón, writer and director of the film "Roma."

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The Trial of the Gang of Four — As History and Current Events

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Risk and Reason/The Wrong Side of History: On the Yale University Unionization Efforts

By Sarah Brouillette, Annie McClanahan,  and Snehal Shingavi In the following two essays, writers Sarah Brouillette, Annie McClanahan, and Snehal Shingavi address the Yale unionization efforts …

How LitFest Pasadena Got Rolling

By Jervey Tervalon, Literary Director of LitFest Pasadena LitFest Pasadena came into being because I used to go to the Squaw …

Tom Lutz Discusses the Future of Publishing in the Premiere Issue of LALA Magazine

¤ In the premiere issue of the magazine LALA, available on stands today, our Editor-in-Chief, Tom Lutz, weighs in on the …

The Limits of Inclusivity: Islam in Obama’s America

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The Problem with Invoking Down Syndrome in Support of the American Health Care Act

By George Estreich From the moment the American Health Care Act won passage in the House of Representatives, a child …