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Fargo’s Second Season Embodies an American Madness

Get ready to flash back to the pre-Reagan era
The End of the tour

The End of the Tour Memorializes David Foster Wallace—and Us

Jason Segel gives a close reading of the ill-fated novelist

Black Clock at the Mandrake: Book Launch no. 20

Black Clock, one of America's leading literary journals, holds its biannual issue release party

How the Wild, Untamed Energy of L.A. Inspired Nightcrawler

Writer-turned-director Dan Gilroy talks about riding with real nightcrawlers and exploring the city’s hinterlands

Our Film and TV Critic, Steve Erickson, Wins the Week

He nabbed a major award and a James Franco shout out

Lit Crawl L.A., Big and Getting Bigger

Last night the second annual Lit Crawl LA: NoHo took over the North Hollywood arts district with more than 100 authors doing free readings in 30 locations

Topanga Canyon

There’s nothing quite like living in a canyon in the Santa Monica Mountains. Novelist Steve Erickson on why his neighborhood, Topanga, stands apart from the rest

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."

The Good Book

"The Great Gatsby" marks another chapter in the saga of Hollywood’s trying to harness the literary canon