Samantha Power and Laura Dern discuss the current political moment, Jia Tolentino and Hilton Als discuss Joan Didion, a panel on Texas cozy mysteries, and much more.
Still in a pandemic reading slump? We've got you covered.
The audio-based app has become popular with the Black entertainment industry — for better and for worse.
There are so many wonderful historical romances, it's hard to know where to start. Julia Quinn shares some of her favorites.
From Netflix's Lupin to a Spanish Sex and the City — these are the new shows we're obsessed with.
Even before Braunwyn Windham-Burke came out, most of her RHOC castmates weren’t exactly supportive of her attraction to women. Why is the franchise still condoning so much casual anti-LGBTQ prejudice?
The children’s entertainer announced she is queer in a way that feels different from the past.
The film’s take on power and trauma is deeper than the usual pop feminism. (MAJOR SPOILERS: Just read later if you haven’t watched the movie.)
Teens with superpowers, friends caught up in a bank robbery, a duke in love, and more!
A lexicographer and publishing intern are linked across centuries in this sharp-witted, big-hearted story of meaning and purpose that lovers of language will relish.
Natasha Trethewey and Joy Harjo on the power of poetry, Koa Beck on White Feminism, Greer Macallister and Marie Benedict on their latest novels, and much more.
"For the first time in my life, I was looking at other bodies that resembled mine. That alone felt revolutionary."
Little Miss Patriot is amassing followers despite Instagram suspending her accounts for spreading disinformation. Why is her messaging so potent?
In this Q&A, Julie Murphy talks concluding her Dumplin' series this year, a plus-sized Cinderella retelling, and what adaptation we can hope to see next.
A new documentary turns “Night Stalker” Richard Ramirez’s reign of terror into a one-dimensional police procedural.
With President Joe Biden's inauguration, many QAnon followers are having doubts. If you know someone who was a QAnon supporter but is now detaching from the collective delusion, we'd love to hear from you.
With a fresh list on Tuesdays.
“In a way, the pandemic has been a very, very small positive to me, as it has allowed me to just reflect on myself and come to terms with my identity.”
George Saunders with Mary Karr, Marie Benedict on her latest historical fiction, a poetry reading about queer grief, and more.
Complications of COVID-19 have caused many people to lose their sense of smell. I lost mine years ago and have some suggestions on how to get by.
“I knew she wasn’t 120 pounds, which wasn’t my type.”
“Women especially need more than 1,200 calories just to breathe and exist, let alone exercise and function throughout the day like a normal human being.”
Apetamin, an unregulated weight supplement that has been aggressively marketed to Black women on social media, has dangerous side effects.
"I hope that Black boys especially read this book and see that they are loved, as they are."
She was the show's comedic heart.
Memoirs and essays that celebrate disabled bodies, combat ableism, call for disability justice, and describe the myriad ways disabled folk live in and contribute to this world.
“Having a perfect white smile and shiny teeth is like the equivalent of having the latest designer bags these days.”
The world is burning in almost every way possible. What better time for me to fixate on my relatively mediocre donk.
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