From writing about climate disaster and catastrophe to pieces on sleep habits, hometowns, and the heyday of a digital media empire, these five reads will take you into your weekend.
“When I was in high school, ambition meant two things: escaping my hometown and becoming a writer.”
“The making of bone broth is tedious. It requires tending; it is an investment in the future.”
“Trains are still a part of my blood, my birthright. Through them I embrace my own kind of mobility and ambition, those two valued traits in my family line, if not quite manifested in the direction I’m heading.”
This week, we’re sharing stories from Daniel Engber, Sara Reinis, James Dolan, Irina Dumitrescu, and Amelia Tait.
“I got angry, my mother cried, the addicts got high. That became a holiday theme for years to come.”
This week, we’re sharing stories from David Armstrong and Marshall Allen, Jesselyn Cook, Jason Sheehan, Tom Lamont, and Heather Stokes.
This week, we’re sharing stories from Rebecca Solnit, Aaron Gordon, Jason Daley, Maria T. Allocco, and David Marchese.
The silence that once protected one woman from memories of her abusive ex-boyfriend and further abuse was now the silence she needed to free herself from.
What we all need to hear right now, with special guest Marisa Siegel, Editor in Chief of The Rumpus.