June 10, 2014
Karl Ove Knausgaard, Aleksandar Hemon, Joseph O'Neill, and eight other soccer-loving writers plumb the tournaments most compelling characters.
Brazil's fraught racial and sexual history with soccer—and my family's fraught history with Brazil.
Driving stoned is still safer than driving drunk, right? Don't be so sure.
How to make poetry relevant again.
Saul Bellow's Ferocious Beliefs
Saul's particular combination of intellectuality and vitality was not paradoxical, it was category-shattering.
Amanda Silverman Named Deputy Editor, Linda Kinstler Managing Editor, and Rebecca Leber Joins as Staff Writer
Franklin Foer, Editor of The New Republic, announced two promotions and a hire today.
June 09, 2014
Entomologists disagree on whether prisoners could ever train roaches to shuttle cigarettes between cells.
Did Chinatown doom the private eye?
That's right. A comedy about abortion.
Images of the squalor and sadness of Victorian life.