The Los Angeles Review of Books publishes amazing essays and reviews every single day of the year. So much, in fact, that you might have missed some of our favorite pieces, which would be a shame because they are, well, amazing.
To make your life a little easier, we’ve just published a collection of eight of our best pieces from 2012. And the only way to get your hands on it is to make a tax-deductible donation to LARB.
Check out this line-up:
- Josh Wilker: ‘Measures of American Beauty’
- Aimee Bender: ‘The Most Romantic Story Every Told’
- Wanda Coleman: ‘Ruminations on Riots’
- Michael Kammen: ‘The Insubordinate Historian’
- Maria Bustillos: ‘Rising Together’
- Erik Morse, Norman Klein, D.J. Waldie, Mark Z. Danielewski, Sid Krofft, Edward Soja, Thom Anderson: ‘Hotel Theory: The History of the Los Angeles Hotel’
- Judith Freeman: ‘The Mormon Chronicles’
- Colin Dickey: “On the Trail of the Elusive Vampire Squid’
If you donate now you’ll not only get all the essays delivered to the e-reader of your choice, but you’ll help guarantee that 2013’s “best of” collection will be even better. That’s because LARB can’t exist without the support of those who love to read it.
So if you love LARB, please help us stay strong in 2013 and make a tax-deductible donation before the end of the year.
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