Tag: Leah Carroll
Leah Carroll: The Revolution is Not a Dinner PartyDecember 2013
On The Punk Singer and Kathleen Hanna’s riotous remaking of American grrrlhood.
Leah Carroll: They Wanted Beautiful, Gorgeous ThingsJune 2013
The teen crime ring that robbed Hollywood’s starlets, and the infinite media loops who love them.
Leah Carroll: Beyoncé and the Real GirlFebruary 2013
How do you solve a problem like Beyoncé? With her autobiography pic and some drag artists from the ’80s.
Leah Carroll: Why Does Ke$ha Exist?November 2012
She may be the perfect pop-culture koan.
Leah Carroll: R. Kelly’s (Sexy, Religious) Hysterical RealismJuly 2012
In his new memoir Soulacoaster: The Diary of Me, the king of R&B reminisces about busking and childhood tragedy, and explains why he is always gonna keep lovin’ on you.
Leah Carroll: University of Missouri Press On the Chopping BlockJune 2012
The scholarly press that brought us the collected Langston Hughes and other leading Civil-rights-era thinkers will be “phased out” starting June 30th.
Leah Carroll: Language of MenJune 2012
Anthony D’Aries explores father, culture, and war in his new book Language of Men.
Leah Carroll: A Journey to the Center of the InternetMay 2012
A new book reveals the hidden physical infrastructure of the internet.