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  • Tragic 'Twenty-Seventh Man' brings power of the pen to bear

    Nathan Englander's short story, "The Twenty-Seventh Man," from his debut collection, "For the Relief of Unbearable Urges," is so impeccably pulled off, so beautifully composed in the spirit of the great Yiddish writers it depicts that the notion of adapting it to the stage seemed a foolhardy gamble.
  • L.A. theater openings, Feb. 15-22: 'End of the Rainbow' and more

    L.A. theater openings, Feb. 15-22: 'End of the Rainbow' and more
    Judy Garland is remembered in "End of the Rainbow" at International City Theatre in Long Beach, A Noise Within presents the Brecht-Weill classic "The Threepenny Opera" in Pasadena, andĀ Deaf West Theatre stages David Mamet's "American Buffalo" at Cal State...

    Favorite memories from 30 years of Printers Row Lit Fest

    Favorite memories from 30 years of Printers Row Lit Fest
    Printers Row Lit Fest turns 30 this year, so we asked participants to recall a favorite memory from the event's past. Here's what they told us. "It's always great to meet readers and authors I admire. But I've had a crush on Sara Paretsky for a long...

    Review: "The Yonahlossee Riding Camp for Girls" by Anton DiSclafani

    Review: "The Yonahlossee Riding Camp for Girls" by Anton DiSclafani
    In conceiving her first, impressive yet flawed novel, 30-year-old Anton DiSclafani seems to have followed the standard advice offered to newbie authors to "Write what you know." DiSclafani's protagonist, 15-year-old Thea Atwell, is a teenage...

    Nathan Englander

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    What do you think of when you think of Chicago? I think of food and friends—and maybe I should reverse that and say 'friends and food' (the better order). And I think of Andersonville. And the writer Aleksandar Hemon (who is my Andersonville...