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The Hunted and the Haunted in 'King Stakh's Wild Hunt'

The Hunted and the Haunted in 'King Stakh's Wild Hunt'

By Imran Khan

19 Aug 2016 // 8:29 AM

Deeply baroque and shamelessly foreboding, Uladzimir Karatkevich’s King Stakh’s Wild Hunt is a crowning achievement of Belarusian gothic....

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The Dark Side of the Modern Olympics

By Hans Rollman

16 Aug 2016 // 2:30 AM

The Olympic Games have been avid partners with society’s reactionaries: patriarchal men, white colonial elites, fascist politicians, and now neoliberal corporations. ...

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Punk's Not Dead: Legs McNeil and Gillian McCain and 'Please Kill Me'>

Please Kill Me was important not just because it made visible the genealogy of an underground music scene, but because it showed how brilliantly an oral history could capture culture. ...

Moby's Memoir 'Porcelain' Is Exceptional and Incisive>

Don Delillo Thoughtfully Explores Death and Cryonics in 'Zero K'>

If You Know Padma Lakshmi From Only 'Top Chef', Her New Memoir Reveals So Much More>

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Call for Essays on Topics in Culture; Present, Past and the Speculative Future

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"PopMatters (est. 1999) is a respected source for smart long-form reading on a wide range of topics in culture. PopMatters serves as…

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