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.

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In 1970, a 21-year-old heir to a margarine fortune became a nationwide sensation when he vowed to give away his money to anyone who needed it.

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Netflix stock tanks after dismal subscriber numbers spook Wall Street

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LA’s youth climate leaders keep up with their schoolwork as they lobby for climate legislation, rally a generation, and try to secure a liveable future.

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Imagine entering a giant machine that sucks you in one end, and spits you out the other side as something completely different.

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August MacDonald finds peace in writing poems. She writes about brains and bodies and how humans are changing chameleons.

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