July 03, 2015

“It’s Time That Writing Took Something Back From the Internet”

The internet has changed us, and, in turn, changed the role of the novel. Joshua Cohen tells us where—and how—they intersect. 

The Story of the Only Irishman Ever Deported From Ireland
12:00 AM

A review of acclaimed director Ken Loach's latest movie, Jimmy's Hall.

The Queen of American Gothic
12:00 AM

For the writer Shirley Jackson, the poison was always in the sugar pot—and that was her charm. 

July 02, 2015

Guacamole Is Just an Appetizer. America’s Pea Lobby Has Crazier Plans.
3:21 PM

The pea’s plans for world domination have just begun.

July 01, 2015

City Dwellers Should Learn to Get Along With Urban Wildlife
1:14 PM

Moving to the city? This coyote might be your new neighbor.

‘Magic Mike XXL’ Wants to Know: Do You Like That, Ladies?
10:31 AM

It’s the movie that the Magic Mike marketing campaign prepared us for three years ago—a glorious fantasia of glistening abdomens and gyrating crotches. 

Our Shared Tragedy of Amy Winehouse
7:52 AM

Can you tell the story of a tabloid sensation—albeit a supremely talented one—without involving scuzzy voyeurism?

June 30, 2015

Not That There’s Anything Wrong With That
4:58 PM

Amy Schumer and modern comedy’s victimhood complex.

June 29, 2015

The Digital Media Revolution Will Not Be Televised
10:21 AM

Michael Wolff’s new argument about the future of television is just as unconvincing as when I first made it 15 years ago.

Where Do We Go From Here?
6:00 AM

We won marriage equality. But there's still more work to be done.