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  • Anthony Miller

    Anthony Miller is a writer, critic, and an editor-at-large of the literary journal Black Clock. He has written about books, film, and other cultural obsessions and ephemera for Bookforum, LA Weekly, Los Angeles CityBeat, East Bay Express, Poets & Writers, and other publications. He is a contributor to the pop culture website HiLobrow.

 

Off the Grid: Mapping L.A.'s Edgelands with Writer Geoff Nicholson

With his new novel, The City Under the Skin, the British expat and longtime Angeleno may have invented a literary genre: cartographic noir Read more...

Return to Ozz

Ozzy Osbourne hops on the "Crazy Train" at the MusiCares MAP Fund 10th anniversary benefit concert Read more...

In Search of "Lost" Time: Fans Still Have Burning Questions at PaleyFest Panel

Who was the top dog on the island? Who shot at Sawyer from the outrigger? 10 years after Lost debuted, PaleyFest 2014 celebrates the befuddling show Read more...

Meet Emerson College's L.A. Mafia

With a new $85 million L.A. mothership, the Boston liberal arts college known for its illustrious alumni aims to put even more of a stamp on Hollywood Read more...

Tonight: Art Critic Dave Hickey Visits the Grand Central Market

Equally enamored of Victorian art critic John Ruskin and Max's Kansas City impresario Mickey Ruskin, Hickey doesn't just write for connoisseurs and consumers. Read more...

12 Great Profiles Published in 2013 (Not Including Our Own)

Lindsay Lohan, Zadie Smith, Dave Chappelle, and a psychological warfare specialist-turned-scifi-writer round out the list of the year's required reading. Read more...

Fornication, Madness, Murder, Drunkenness—And Compassion: Remembering Peter O'Toole

"I will not be a common man because it is my right to be an uncommon man." Read more...

The Raw and the Booked: A New Novel Satirizes the L.A. Literary Scene

Reality TV and literary culture square off in Mark Haskell Smith’s latest novel "Raw." Read more...

Epistolary Chronicles: 40 Years of Letters Between Sam Shepard and Johnny Dark

"2 Prospectors" reveals a friendship forged in person and sustained over four decades of correspondence. Read more...

A Pryor's Tale: A New Biography Reveals Richard Pryor in All His Glory and Mania

If laughter is anarchy no comedian was more radical than Richard Pryor, a kid who grew up in a Peoria whorehouse to become the funniest—and most trenchant—observer of race in America. Read more...

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