Yasmin Zaher’s “The Coin”
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Claire Messud joins Medaya Ocher and Kate Wolf to discuss her latest novel, “This Strange Eventful History ..read more
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Chronicles of Liminality
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Eli Diner witnesses patrons refusing to pay for their own art (why should they?) at the Brick gallery’s Allan Sekula–estate book sale ..read more
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Writing Climate Futures
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Kate Wolf speaks with writer and journalist Yasmin Zaher about her debut novel, “The Coin ..read more
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The Elephant on the Dance Floor
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Katya Apekina interviews Priyanka Mattoo about her memoir “Bird Milk & Mosquito Bones ..read more
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Nothing Happens Nowhere
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More from Kentaro Kawabata and Bruce Nauman (1969), black and white video with sound, courtesy of Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI), New York; Kentaro Kawabata at Nonaka-Hill. Courtesy of Kentaro Kawabata and Nonaka-Hill, Los Angeles ..read more
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An Environment for Thinking: A Conversation with Elisa Gabbert
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Emily Adrian talks with Elisa Gabbert about her new collection of essays, “Any Person Is the Only Self ..read more
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Does Criticism Still Matter?
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In this special episode, hosts Medaya Ocher, Kate Wolf, and Eric Newman debate an age-old question: what does it mean for criticism to “matter ..read more
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Dispelling the “Stink of Love”: On the Ken-ification of Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s “Querelle”
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David A. Gerstner considers the sterilized presentation of Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s “Querelle” in its new rerelease ..read more
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The Moral Delusions of Patriotism: On Louis-Ferdinand Céline’s “War”
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Charlie Taylor reviews Charlotte Mandell’s new English translation of Louis-Ferdinand Céline’s “lost” novel, “War ..read more
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Quiet Please: On Anna Katharina Schaffner’s “Exhausted” and Byung-Chul Han’s “Vita Contemplativa”
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Josh Cohen reviews Anna Katharina Schaffner’s “Exhausted: An A–Z for the Weary” and Byung-Chul Han’s “Vita Contemplativa: In Praise of Inactivity ..read more
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