This week we’re showcasing stories from Mari Cohen, Brenna Ehrlich, Grace Glassman, Tad Friend, and Imogen West-Knights.
“Can restorative justice offer crash victims like me—and the drivers who harmed us—the healing we need?”
This week’s edition highlights stories by Bench Ansfield, Justin A. Davis, Wright Thompson, Lucy Jones, and April Nowell.
“Restoring the term “burnout” to its roots in landlord arson puts the dispossession of poor city dwellers at its center.”
Alexandra Tanner’s essay is a hilarious and dark look into the lives of Mormon mommy bloggers on Instagram.
Devin Naar looks at racism and white supremacy that the Jewish community has internalized and passed down through a pecking order — a kind of colorism perpetrated on those Jews less proximal to whiteness, particularly browner-skinned Sephardic Jews.
An essay of cultural criticism in which David Klion breaks down Woody Allen’s influence on the culture, romantic comedies, and Klion himself, and realizes the premises and attitudes in movies like Annie Hall and Manhattan aren’t so romantic after all.