The author of Startup on gender inequality, tech culture and the shifting world of journalism.
Speaking with the author of Behaving Badly about the spread of misinformation and what drone strikes and clever robots have to teach us about the future of ethics.
Talking with the author of 4 3 2 1 about unfair criticism, being haunted by what-ifs, and the stuffy conventions of modern American fiction.
Speaking with the author of literally show me a healthy person about the genesis of her new book, the power in learning to talk about yourself, and the joys and perils of growing up online.
The author of Too Much and Not the Mood on restlessness, heritable belongings and interior life.
The author of A Word for Love on Syria, how we reveal ourselves through language, and love as a place of tension.
For over a decade, outgoing New Yorker copy head Ann Goldstein has made Elena Ferrante’s work come alive in English. We spoke with her about translation, Italian lessons and Dante.
Talking with the author of All Our Wrong Todays about the unintended consequences of innovation, the seductive powers of nihilism, and writing movie scripts about skateboarding chimpanzees.
Speaking with the author of Death in the Family about Dr. Charles Smith, the paediatric pathologist whose mishandling of child death cases caused untold pain for already devastated families.
The screenwriter and co-creator of Billions on breaking into the industry, getting married young, and the genius of Garry Shandling.
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