Laura Marsh

Laura Marsh is a story editor at the New Republic. She has written for Bookforum, The Times Literary Supplement, Salon, The Times of London and Literary Review. Previously she was an editor at the New York Review of Books

Food, Interrupted

Bee Wilson's “First Bite” explores the roots of our disordered twenty-first century eating habits.

Complicated Fame

Interest in Joan Didion's personal life—and her personal belongings—has become insatiable.


Esoteric pranks are, increasingly, the fuel for Paul Muldoon’s poems.