Against the Stream

“The forgotten pleasures of analog media.”

Source: The Yale Review
Published: Jan 10, 2022
Length: 8 minutes (2,000 words)

Strangers in Our Own Homes

“We frequently ghost ourselves even when we are looking in the mirror, hoping to show up worthier, richer, fairer, and lovelier for this country.”

Source: The Yale Review
Published: Sep 20, 2021
Length: 9 minutes (2,484 words)

There I Almost Am

“I can be a very generous sister—maternal, even—as long as I am winning.” Jean Garnett writes about envy and being a twin.

Source: The Yale Review
Published: May 19, 2021
Length: 19 minutes (4,933 words)

The Wild, Sublime Body

“Girls were not supposed to be enormous. They were not supposed to be scabby and strong. Inexplicably, strong and big were what every animal wanted to be except us.”

Source: The Yale Review
Published: Mar 12, 2021
Length: 12 minutes (3,236 words)

Cultural Differences

An American scholar looks at literature and her own marriage to see the way culture does and does not influence interracial relationships.

Source: The Yale Review
Published: May 24, 2019
Length: 19 minutes (4,756 words)

Philip Roth, Landlord

When you rent one of the Pulitzer winning author’s New York apartments, you can listen to his life through the wall. Just don’t ask him about his work.

Source: The Yale Review
Published: Feb 11, 2019
Length: 5 minutes (1,405 words)