Henry Giardina

Writer and Cultural Commentator

Henry Giardina is a writer living in Los Angeles. His work has appeared in the New York Times Book Review, The New Yorker.com, The Paris Review Daily, New York Magazine, The Believer, and Berfrois, among other publications. He is a 2016 MacDowell fellow.
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theparisreview.org
Mad with Desire (Kind Of)
June, 24 2014
theparisreview.org
Article
How the Unflappable Fred Astaire Survived the Fifties
September, 13 2017
theatlantic.com
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The Camera Technology That Turned Films Into Stories
January, 11 2017
newyorker.com
Article
Frog and Toad Are Frenemies: An I Can Read (Between the Lines) Book
October, 27 2016
fourtwonine.com
Article
The Lazy Person’s Guide to Trans Empathy
October, 11 2016
newyorker.com
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Nine Things to Do Instead of Googling Chiweenies
May, 2 2016
theparisreview.org
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The Rest Is Silence
April, 11 2016
theparisreview.org
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Kriemhild’s Revenge
February, 12 2016
theparisreview.org
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Sympathy for the Devil
October, 29 2015
publicdomainreview.org
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The Empathetic Camera: Frank Norris and the Invention of Film Editing
May, 21 2015
nytimes.com
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‘Man Alive,’ by Thomas Page McBee
November, 14 2014
nytimes.com
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‘The Animals: Love Letters Between Christopher Isherwood and Don Bachardy’
August, 29 2014
newyorker.com
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Thomas Berger’s Egoless Fictions
March, 5 2018
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