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Eater

Eater Feature: Welcome to the Golden Age of Food Radio Evan Kleiman’s dedication to the principles of Slow Food is evident through her appreciation for telling slow stories. Her investigation into the notion of culinary authenticity is ongoing, an often

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Eater

Eater Feature: Welcome to the Golden Age of Food Radio Evan Kleiman’s dedication to the principles of Slow Food is evident through her appreciation for telling slow stories. Her investigation into the notion of culinary authenticity is ongoing, an often

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Electric Literature

11 Novels that Expectant Parents Should Read Instead of Parenting Books If Marilynne Robinson says that “fiction may be, whatever else, an exercise in the capacity for imaginative love, or sympathy, or identification,” then maybe reading about fictional families is a more

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Electric Literature

11 Novels that Expectant Parents Should Read Instead of Parenting Books If Marilynne Robinson says that “fiction may be, whatever else, an exercise in the capacity for imaginative love, or sympathy, or identification,” then maybe reading about fictional families is a more

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Los Angeles Magazine

Interview: Gina Nahai Pulls Back the Curtain on Iranian Jewish Culture in L.A. There are now more Iranian Jews living on L.A.’s Westside than anywhere else in the world, including Iran. Angeleno author Gina B. Nahai’s latest novel The Luminous

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Los Angeles Magazine

Interview: Gina Nahai Pulls Back the Curtain on Iranian Jewish Culture in L.A. There are now more Iranian Jews living on L.A.’s Westside than anywhere else in the world, including Iran. Angeleno author Gina B. Nahai’s latest novel The Luminous

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The Millions

On Literary Cravings and Aftertastes Reading had always been emotional for me, viscerally felt, but while I continued to indulge these literary cravings over the following months, the act of reading began to more closely resemble the satisfaction of slurping

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The Millions

On Literary Cravings and Aftertastes Reading had always been emotional for me, viscerally felt, but while I continued to indulge these literary cravings over the following months, the act of reading began to more closely resemble the satisfaction of slurping

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The Wirecutter

Defining Quality Earlier this year, through a series of events that involved a predawn drive deep into the Mojave Desert, I came into a windfall of Mid-Century Modern furniture. I loaded up a U-Haul trailer with what I considered to

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The Wirecutter

Defining Quality Earlier this year, through a series of events that involved a predawn drive deep into the Mojave Desert, I came into a windfall of Mid-Century Modern furniture. I loaded up a U-Haul trailer with what I considered to

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Beautiful/Decay

Print articles: BOOK 9   Artist Interview: Libby Black (fall 2012) BOOK 7   Artist Interview: Winnie Truong (spring 2012) BOOK 4   Artist Interview: Zhou Fan (fall 2010) BOOK 4   Artist Interview: Karen Sargsyan (fall 2010) BOOK 2   Artist Interview: Tom Huck

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Beautiful/Decay

Print articles: BOOK 9   Artist Interview: Libby Black (fall 2012) BOOK 7   Artist Interview: Winnie Truong (spring 2012) BOOK 4   Artist Interview: Zhou Fan (fall 2010) BOOK 4   Artist Interview: Karen Sargsyan (fall 2010) BOOK 2   Artist Interview: Tom Huck

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The Millions

Technology can be awkward to write about. Also, to read about. The jargon is clumsy: download, reboot, global positioning device. It’s embarrassing, really. So I understand an author’s impulse to avoid littering pages of otherwise lyrical prose with the bleep-boop-beep

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The Millions

Technology can be awkward to write about. Also, to read about. The jargon is clumsy: download, reboot, global positioning device. It’s embarrassing, really. So I understand an author’s impulse to avoid littering pages of otherwise lyrical prose with the bleep-boop-beep

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