“When I started as a healthcare assistant on a hospital ward for older patients, it was clear how bad things had got.”
Our list of some of the great reported essays published this year includes reads on grief, veganism, the geology of Mexico City, and British real estate.
How rural America is failing migrants. The life lessons of soccer strategy. Moving on after the unthinkable happens. One house’s unsettling past. And a conversation between film icons. (Who doesn’t need more Nic Cage?) Welcome to our editors’ five favorite stories of the week. 1. What Happened to Rezwan Kartikay Mehrotra, Matti Gellman | ProPublica, […]
“I knew it wasn’t my dream home. What I didn’t know is that its history would give me nightmares.”
This week, our editors recommend stories by Caitlin Dickerson, Samira Shackle, Mitchell S. Jackson, Roberto José Andrade Franco, and Ian Dille.
How the pandemic made us confront what it means to be alone.
This week, we’re sharing stories from Tamara Dean, Samanth Subramanian, Sasha Plotnikova, Steve Edwards, and Caity Weaver.
This week, we’re sharing stories from Rachel Aviv, Clare Gerada, Fatima Syed, Leslie Jamison, and Deb Olin Unferth.
On the fascinating world of London real estate.
This week, we’re sharing stories from Abigail Hauslohner, Roberto Lovato, Bathsheba Demuth, Oliver Milman, and Ryan Hockensmith.