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Linh Dinh on “Endless Culture War”

Listen HERE Linh Dinh is one of America’s best writers. He is now living in Dak Lak, Vietnam, working as a foreman in his brother-in-law’s plastics recycling plant. Read about life in Dak Lak, among other things, in Linh’s new article “Endless Culture War.” How did Linh get unofficially expelled from the American literary scene? “It happened step by step. I didn’t support Obama live everybody else. I’m not a Democrat, not a Republican—I’m neither. So it started there. And then I’d talk about 9/11. And I wrote articles about the Bin Laden assassination. I thought it was nonsense. There…


Linh Dinh on “Genitalia as Social Constructs”: USA has gone crazy, Vietnam still somewhat sane

Listen HERE Linh Dinh used to be one of America’s best up-and-coming writers. Now he is one of Vietnam’s best! Why would someone with Linh’s talent leave the USA? Doesn’t the brain drain usually flow the other way? In this interview Linh explains why he left, and expresses pity for those of us stuck in the belly of the American beast. Our discussion also touches on Linh’s provocative, politically-incorrect article “Genitalia as Social Constructs.”