Ben Ehrenreich

Ben Ehrenreich lives in Los Angeles. His first novel, The Suitors, will be published this month by Counterpoint Press.

    April 2006: Interview with Etgar Keret
    Israel’s most popular writer on the importance of defeat, desperation, and ambiguity.
  • November 2005: The Human Fence
    Angry, paranoid, and frightened, the Minutemen mourn the American dream, patrolling the Mexico–U.S. border in their SUVs.
  • August 2004: Labels Can Really Kill a Person
    The “Sexually Violent Predator” classification ensures that once convicted, rehabilitation, for these men, is not part of the equation.
  • July 2004: Review of Didier van Cauwelaert’s One-Way
  • December 2003/January 2004: Interview with Jim Crace
    An atheist, Darwinist, socialist author writes mythical stories about eating, sex, and driverless cars named Annie.
  • October 2003: Interview with John Banville
    The Irish novelist and critic looks back on thirty years of characters looking for solid places to stand.
    May 2003: The Bad Mormon
    Dead stepfathers with mouths full of bees are not well-regarded at Brigham Young University.
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