Nonfiction

Essays

Now Is Pretty Creepy

On Miranda July
Min Li Chan
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Books

How to Continue

The poetry of HIV/AIDS four decades on
Sam Huber

Essays

The Brink of Destruction

Revisiting John Ashbery’s “Soonest Mended”
Edward Hirsch

Essays

In Pursuit of Clancy Sigal

A writer’s radical life
Todd Gitlin
The Moment

Strangers in Our Own Homes

The pandemic’s xenophobic discourse
Divya Victor
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Television

Has Anyone Talked About How It Feels

Oprah Winfrey’s reign
Kathryn Lofton
Oprah Winfrey wears a tiara, standing with cast members of SNL

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A painting of a woman reading at a table.
Essays

How Should One Read a Book?

To read a book well, one should read it as if one were writing it
Virginia Woolf
September 1, 1926