Kate Wolf

Kate Wolf is an editor at large for the Los Angeles Review of Books as well as a host and producer of its podcast, The LARB Radio Hour. Her short fiction, criticism, interviews, and essays have appeared in exhibition catalogues and publications including BidounBookforumArt in America, The Nation, East of BorneoPublic FictionX-TRANight Papers — an artists’ newspaper she co-founded and edited with the Night Gallery in Los Angeles from 2011 to 2016 — and on KCRW and McSweeney’s program, The Organist.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Streetwalker

Kate Wolf visits Lauren Elkin's "Flâneuse: Women Walk the City in Paris, New York, Tokyo, Venice, and London."...


A Unified Vision

In his new book of photographs, Stephen Shore explores daily life in Israel and the West Bank — life aside from the conflict. But even life aside from the conflict must acknowledge the conflict....


The Charismatic Voice

I WAS FIRST INTRODUCED to the writing of Dennis Cooper about fifteen years ago, when I found his books in the “...


Patience and Virtue: An Interview with Lydia Davis
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