Texas native Grant Dull is not the guy one would expect to see at the forefront of a revolution in Latin American music. A former resident of San Antonio with no connection to Latin America (other than his hometown's proximity to the Mexican border), he is one of the co-founders of Buenos Aires, Arg ... More >>
Outside a Pico Union gas station, Valla Vakili is reading William Gibson's Spook Country: "Close to the tents under the freeway, Mr. Sippee catered to an eclectic clientele of the more functionally homeless, sex workers of varied gender and presentation, pimps, police officers, drug dealers, office ... More >>
Remembering the night when the Germs' singer led his band to one final triumph
Ancient Persia collides with modern NYC at Pasadena's Theater @ Boston Court
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The Revelations of Diane Arbus
Ancient myths and contemporary angst haunt eccentric characters doing time on an enchanted isle
The amazing adventures of Ethan Feld
Nicholas Shakespeare on S.P.B. Mais
Duck, in Patagonia
Fernando Pessoa and his many faces
Fourteen writers on their favorite book of the year
Over the river and through the woods . . .
Bruce Chatwin and the stories he told
Novelist Brian Moore has left behind his homeland and dodged celebrity in favor of an independend-minded and highly successful literary life.