“MY NAME IS DREW AND I LOVE PANCAKES.”
“Yang very much wants to be president, and he’s got a plan to do it that’s both modern in design and relatively straightforward. He also has hats.”
“I can also tell you that it can be unpleasant to be the freakshow guy whose brain spontaneously detonated. You don’t want doctors looking at your CAT scans incredulously and being like, ‘Hoo boy! You really did a number on your noggin there!'”
At GQ, family, friends, and co-workers share their memories of chef and television host Anthony Bourdain, who died in June, 2018.
Back in 2013, for Deadspin, Drew Magary attended the annual Scripps Spelling Bee, in which 11 million kids spell off across America in a bid to become the brainy few who land onstage for the final round, and learns how such a simple contest has been sullied by the need to keep the event exciting for ESPN’s television audience.
Sarah Silverman is “on a campaign to neutralize her haters with a weapon more powerful than a million burns: empathy.”
Drew Magary goes inside Donald Trump’s surging GOP campaign to try and figure out just who exactly who would vote for the guy.
A glimpse inside the (supposed) final tour of Mötley Crüe.
For this week’s Member Pick, we’re thrilled to share the first chapter of Drew Magary’s new memoir on fatherhood, Someone Could Get Hurt (Gotham Books). Magary, who writes for Deadspin and GQ, has been featured on Longreads many times in the past, and he explained how his latest book came together.