The Inside is Rotten

As our collective fears shift, so too do the monsters that stand in for them.

Which of Our Thoughts Are Interesting?: An Interview with Elisa Gabbert

The author of Any Person Is the Only Self on authorial trust, the occult of reading, and circles of heightened attention.

Swimming in a Sea of Bodies

I've long thrilled to the idea of being surrounded by people of all genders in the throes of passion, being able to appreciate them appreciating one another.

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The Inside is Rotten

As our collective fears shift, so too do the monsters that stand in for them.

Which of Our Thoughts Are Interesting?: An Interview with Elisa Gabbert

The author of Any Person Is the Only Self on authorial trust, the occult of reading, and circles of heightened attention.

Hazlitt wins Gold and Silvers at the NMAF Awards

Congratulations to all the winners and nominees! 

Home for a Season

Living and working in National Parks.

Swimming in a Sea of Bodies

I've long thrilled to the idea of being surrounded by people of all genders in the throes of passion, being able to appreciate them appreciating one another.

Not Like Us

Unpacking the Kendrick Lamar/Drake beef.

Grief and Devotion on the Three-Point Line: An Interview with Hanif Abdurraqib

The author of There’s Always This Year on basketball, what drags him to the page, and the communal act of fasting.

A Hairsplitter’s Odyssey

Probe all the nuances, niceties, and subtle shades of meaning your little heart desires.

The Missing

A User's Guide to Hisham Matar

Dark Matter

For twenty years, PostSecret has broadcast suburban America’s hidden truths—and revealed the limits of limitless disclosure. 

Crush on the Cross: An Interview with Anthony Oliveira

The author of Dayspring discusses queerness, Christianity, and the anxious sense that history is over.

The Two Solitudes of Book Design

From spartan cream to splashy blobs, Canada's French and English literary cultures have their own separate visual languages.