“A polo shirt, a white apron and a retro hairdo changed an actor’s life forever.”
What if a TV antihero and his wife were partners instead of rivals?
Sometimes, knowing when to go home is the most important decision you can make on a polar expedition.
An essay excerpted from Robin Romm’s forthcoming anthology Double Bind: Women on Ambition in which The Twelve Tribes of Hattie novelist Ayana Mathis considers the writing ambitions she often hasn’t felt entitled to–even after Oprah Winfrey chose her book as an Oprah 2.0 pick.
In the New Yorker, Naomi Fry writes about Cat Marnell’s new memoir in a piece that’s part review, part analysis of women’s addiction stories.