I wonder if my grandfather knew the helicopters he helped to perfect would one day be used to surveil and oppress black and brown bodies.
The director of Crystal Lake on short films, the power of props, and how we cope weirder as we get older.
The authors discuss Hill’s debut work, his love of dysfunction, and why you need to think about writing a novel the way you think about keeping a garden.
The author of Why We Came to the City on losing someone to cancer too young, and how New York reminds everyone they’re not special.
It’s hard to enjoy baseball if you don’t know what you’re looking for. And the box score teaches you how to do just that.
Talking with the author about her new prison-set adaptation of Shakespeare’s The Tempest, Hag-Seed.
Talking with the author of Here I Am about different notions of home, the downsides of television development, and whether or not he’ll ever write another book.
Butches, Femmes, and Mobsters: Inside the world of America’s first drag superstars.
Talking with the author of Beatlebone about fictionalizing the life of John Lennon, the hard time Kate Bush gets in the book, and why rock novels are almost always disasters.
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