This week, we’re sharing stories from Maria Elena Fernandez, Jake Bittle, Eva Holland, Naz Riahi, and Terra Fondriest.
Maria Elena Fernandez | Vulture | April 2, 2020 | 27 minutes (6,812 words)
“Tina Fey, Mike Schur, and 35 more TV writers on what their characters would do in a pandemic.”
Jake Bittle | The Baffler | March 30, 2020 | 9 minutes (2,274 words)
Are mayors the heroes of 21st century politics, or is going from getting the snow shoveled and the sewer lines fixed to managing a global pandemic a leap too far?
Eva Holland | Outside | March 30, 2020 | 19 minutes (4,945 words)
“Artist Eric Bealer was living the remote, rugged good life in coastal Alaska with his wife, Pam, an MS sufferer, when they made a dramatic decision: to exit this world together, leaving behind precise instructions for whoever entered their cabin first. Eva Holland investigates the mysteries and meaning of an adventurous couple who charted their own way out.”
Naz Riahi | Catapult | April 1, 2020 | 9 minutes (2,409 words)
On the 30th anniversary of her Navy captain father’s political execution, Naz Riahi recalls her love for him, and reveals a persistent grief that is always with her.
Terra Fondriest | The Bitter Southerner | March 24, 2020 | 13 minutes (3,305 words)
“A photo essay of the intimate beauty of daily life in rural Arkansas.”