The Nation, The Quiet Discontent of Sarah Manguso: Regarding brevity, severity, and ego
The New Republic, Anne Carson's Splintered Brilliance: On poetry's tendency to humble our intellects
Real Life, Telling Time: Love, video games, and consequence
Bookforum, Power Trip: Psychedelics, social change, and how (not) to write about drugs.
Hazlitt, Secrets Among Distractions: Where's Waldo? and similar existential dramas
The New Inquiry, So You Think You've Got Class?: The sad error in conflating social and economic standing
The New Republic, The Art of Revealing Your Salary: Financial transparency, creative community, and writing
The New Inquiry, Ways We Don't Talk About Wealth: Money and how to talk about it, or not
The Cut, I Think About This A Lot: Emily Weiss's wedding prep
Splinter, We Harpies Want More: The implacable, righteous restlessness of women in 2018
Times Literary Supplement, Hard Stuff: On mainstream feminism's persistent woeful inadequacy
The Nation, Feminist Living: Lynne Segal's quietly radical vision of collective liberation
The New Inquiry, Live Through This: Rape, gendered damage, and gendered lack of damage
Matter, The Meme-ification of Misandry: Is hatred of men a joke? It is real? Is it both?
Dissent, Mommy Issues: Revisiting Dorothy Dinnerstein's argument for the liberation of mothers