I miss putting on clothes and feeling like a person. But at least I can still watch other people do it.
Being a mother during a pandemic made reading almost impossible. Then I started listening.
Readings from the year's best short stories, a panel on feminist YA fiction, tons of events and deals for Indie Bookstore Day, and much more.
Thanks to songs like "WAP," we're moving from merely accepting our pussies to celebrating them in their untameable glory.
Cannibals in Argentina, man-eating shape-shifters in India, vampires in Ontario, and more.
Wandering around the abandoned Pittsburgh of my youth instilled a desire to go wherever I wanted — even as a Black man living in America.
The 18-year-old phenom wrote a gorgeous ballad turned bop over just two days in quarantine.
Chanel Miller in conversation with Rebecca Solnit, Nnedi Okorafor on her debut middle grade novel, a two-day event filled with star-studded panels, and more.
Videos circulating around social media depicted Fire Island on July 4th as a mess of drug-addled disregard for social distancing. It’s more complicated than that.
The hilariously profane song and music video are subversive in so many different ways.
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As an Indian man, D’Souza has the privilege of appealing to white conservatives by being the minority in the room willing to attack Black people.
Here's An Excerpt From The Dystopian Cli-Fi "The New Wilderness." Read Along With The BuzzFeed Book Club.
In this excerpt from The New Wilderness, the group tries to ford a dangerous river.
I have gone through the five stages of grief, in varying degrees, with every rejection - denial, anger, indifference, acceptance, and moving on. And still I have persisted, despite a heaviness consistently weighing on me.
Brit Bennett in conversation with Wayétu Moore, jokes from Mike Birbiglia, a Saturday jam-packed with romance, and much more.
André Aciman's follow-up to Call Me By Your Name, Rivers Solomon's deep-sea novella, an anthology of essays to mothers, and more.
The way we talk on the internet is broken, but users are not the ones who broke it — tech companies did that, and they did it for profit.
In a haunting excerpt from Natasha Trethewey's memoir, Memorial Drive, Trethewey recounts the first time her stepfather tried to kill her mother.
Twenty years after the Canadian horror flick Ginger Snaps introduced the world to an iconic teen girl werewolf, there's still no character quite like her.
This darkly comic book about a Black twentysomething woman dating a white guy in an open marriage has been getting a ton of buzz.
Livestream discussions with Morgan Jerkins, John Waters, Raven Leilani, Riley Sager, and many more.
In this excerpt adapted from <i>The Devil’s Harvest</i>, Jessica Garrison reveals how a contract killer’s 35-year run of murder and mayhem in California’s Central Valley reflects a far more widespread injustice: The institutions that were supposed to protect a community failed it again and again.
Thanks to COVID, that fleeting dread most working parents experience now and then about being an utter failure is the new status quo.
So many great releases. Where should you begin?
Chatting with the prolific writer about gentrification, anti-Black racism, and her thriller debut, When No One Is Watching.
Shows like Indian Matchmaking and Family Karma are entertaining, but when will South Asian people get reality TV that doesn't depict our culture as being a drag?
To make something like FFS truly accessible — and to give trans people true agency over it — requires completely reimagining the capitalist medical system.
The soap star and QVC queen's utter shamelessness has revived the franchise.
While I’ll Be Gone in The Dark and Unsolved Mysteries make for compelling TV, it’s time for true crime to move past white middlebrow comfort food.
In this short story from Sansei and Sensibility, a woman has to clean up her late aunt's apartment.