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George Scialabba
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George Scialabba, a contributing editor of AGNI, is the author of six essay collections: Slouching toward Utopia (2018), Low Dishonest Decades: Essays and Reviews 2980–2015 (2016), For the Republic (2013), The Modern Predicament (2011), and What Are Intellectuals Good For? (2009), all from Pressed Wafer, and The Divided Mind (2006) from Arrowsmith Press. James Wood chose The Modern Predicament for The New Yorker’s roundup of the best books of the year. Scialabba is also a past winner of the Nona Balakian Excellence in Reviewing award from the National Book Critics Circle. His work is archived at georgescialabba.net. (updated 10/2018)

Scialabba’s What Are Intellectuals Good For? was reviewed in AGNI Online by Mark Oppenheimer.

AGNI has published the following work:

Wistful Thinking about the Political Weeklies
AGNI 41 Print Only
The Sealed Envelope
AGNI 39 Print Only
Critical Imperialism
AGNI 38 Print Only
“No, in thunder!”: Christopher Lasch and the Spirit of the Age
AGNI 34 Print Only
Inside the Cave
AGNI 29 and 30 Print Only
Demos and Sophia: Not a Love Story
AGNI 27 Print Only
An Honest Believer
AGNI 26 Print Only
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