Letters at 3am: reports on endarkenment

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Spring Publications, Nov 1, 1993 - History - 247 pages
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"I'd rather have one or two of his whiplashing essays in my hands than almost any tome of philosophy". -- Thomas Moore

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User Review  - Denise - Goodreads

This man writes a polemic to plastic suburban culture in the LA Times, and this is a collection of many of his essays. I really respect his perspective, as out there as some may view it. Read full review

Contents

Small Festivals Among Friends
8
An Unmarked Door
17
The Age of Endarkenment
27
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

Best known for his long-running column, "Letters at 3 A.M.," MICHAEL VENTURA is a cultural critic who cofounded the LA Weekly and now writes for the Austin Chronicle. His latest book Cassavetes Directs, a memoir of John Cassavetes, was published in England in 2007.

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