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I Write Young Adult Novels, and I Refuse to Apologize for It
June 06, 2014

Adults should not be embarrassed to read—or write—YA fiction.

In Praise of Reading Whatever the Hell You Want
Don't let Slate make you feel ashamed for reading books that you love
June 05, 2014

Don't let anyone make you feel ashamed for reading books that you love

Conservatives Should Hate Santa Claus. He's a Bleeding-Heart Liberal.
December 16, 2013

He's a bleeding-heart liberal, obviously.

What Slate Missed: 5 Other Reasons College Women Shouldn’t Get Drunk
October 16, 2013

Emily Yoffe has managed to outrage everyone on Twitter this morning despite having written nothing about our infuriating Congress.

Yes, Big Law Really is Dying
Dear Lawyer: It's Not You, It's Your Profession
July 28, 2013

Defenders of Big Law sound a lot like the defenders of the real estate bubble in the the mid-2000s. Look how well that ended! 

Please Allow Me To Introduce Myself
September 11, 2011

Having already received three very generous public introductions (from TNR’s Richard Just, Jonathan Cohn, and my predecessor, Jonathan Chait), I’ll try to keep this brief. My name is Timothy Noah. Until recently I was a senior writer at Slate magazine, a position I held for about a dozen years. At Slate I wrote something called Chatterbox that pretended to be a gossip column but was actually a column mostly about domestic politics and policy.