Steven Moore

author, literary critic and editor

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Steven Moore is an author, literary critic and editor.

Steven Moore on KCRW

Steven Moore has gathered his book reviews and essays that take us from the Beats and the Fifties to practically yesterday or even tomorrow.

Steven Moore: My Back Pages

Steven Moore has gathered his book reviews and essays that take us from the Beats and the Fifties to practically yesterday or even tomorrow.

from Bookworm

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Punk singer Darby Crash dreamed of immortality.

from Lost Notes

From the brand new podcast Appearances, by Sharon Mashihi, we bring you “Episode 04: Last Ditch Effort.”

from Bodies

At 82, Helen Rae is as prolific as ever, interpreting fashion ads into her own singular vision. Toilet paper holders convey a political message.

from Arts & Culture Stories

The Hollywood Commission, a new organization chaired by Anita Hill, is out with a survey on harassment in Hollywood and plans to launch a reporting platform next year.

from The Business

Six months have passed since the COVID-19 pandemic shut down much of life as we knew it.

from Greater LA

Charles Yu’s "Interior Chinatown" is a contemporary novel about dealing with the difficulty of being whoever you are.

from Bookworm

In 1980, anti-disco sentiment was at a high and Grace Jones was coming off a trilogy of disco albums. If she stayed stagnant, it felt like her career could be swept away.

from Lost Notes

Garrett Bradley's "Time," a gorgeous documentary that skips back and forth over the course of two decades, is a Black filmmaker's lyrical tribute to a Black family trying to hold…

from Film Reviews

Burger Records was a garage rock record label in Orange County that built its brand on bringing rock and roll to teens and putting the spotlight on underground bands.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand