CRITICAL HIT AWARDS with Tom Lutz of the Los Angeles Review of Books

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The best new book reviews on the Interwebs (as chosen by Tom Lutz, founder and editor-in-chief of the Los Angeles Review of Books) are about debating The Great Gatsby, growing up with Black Panthers, and hating on Tao Lin.

And Lutz says the taboo in our Q&A:

“The novels and book reviews I respond to remind me — not explicitly, of course, or obnoxiously — that the writer is smarter, or more adroit, or more knowledgeable, or more skillful (or all of those things) than I am.”

Check it all out here.

– Brian Hurley

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