By Nathan Gelgud 3 min read
You’re sitting on a plane in the aisle seat, and the woman who has the window seat needs to squeeze by you. It’s Parker Posey. Here's what happens next.
By Tony Phillips 15 min read
“You’re going to get this book together whether I’m dead or alive, right?” author Robert Greenfield remembers the extraordinary lyricist, activist, and cattle rancher John Perry Barlow asking
By Jean Guerrero 4 min read
Jean Guerrero, author of CRUX, discusses the hardships that come with writing a personal memoir amidst political and social change.
By Beck Dorey-Stein 5 min read
Beck Dorey-Stein, author of the memoir From the Corner of the Oval, divulges the most important lesson she learned while working at the White House.
By Lorraine Berry 24 min read
This summer, immerse yourself in new works of fiction, nonfiction, memoir, and cultural criticism by Fatima Farheen Mirza, Lorrie Moore, and more.