“There’s a false promise in the perfection of a Nancy Meyers kitchen.”
Sarah Miller thinks about climate change and other current horrors, and what it’s like just being sad forever.
There’s participating in the body positivity movement and then there’s actual body positivity, and one’s a lot harder — impossible, for some — than the other.
On the brink of 50, Sarah Miller makes peace with being 10 years older than her boyfriend, and stops wasting time wishing she were younger.
“It lasted about ten seconds. I was just about to say, ‘This really hurts,’ when, suddenly, it didn’t hurt anymore, and the doctor was snapping off her gloves.”
This personal essay by Sarah Miller has gone viral and divided Twitter. Those who love the piece — about Miller’s struggle in 1996 to get away with panning “The English Patient” for an alt weekly paper — appreciate her brutal honesty and her irreverence toward the Serious Film establishment.
A personal essay in which Sarah Miller eulogizes her mother’s black sheep brother.
When a beverage writer takes a trip to Japan to learn about sochu, she gets lost and learns more about how poor a planner she is.
What if your last name is just the word that comes after your first name?