Hazlitt's Year in Review
The Year in Grief by Amos Barshad
Drinking with my sister, and after she was gone.
The Year in Practice Walks by Richa Kaul Padte
Relearning to walk—and, more importantly, to see.
The Year in Researching Intimacy by Georg Barkas
What we learn from a scientific intimacy is more than just another way of looking at the term “intimacy” itself but to look away from that obscure, meaningless construct of intimacy as merely being close to one another.
The Year in Being Rich by Anne T. Donahue
We know the orcas are right to sink yachts but we can’t help but betray our infatuation with a certain lifestyle.
Our most-read feature of the year:
The Big Coin Heist by Alex Huls
It was a piece of currency so large it seemed unimaginable anyone would try to steal it. But that was part of the appeal.
Our most-read column of the year:
Unwritten Recipes by Chantal Braganza
Anyone who’s lived long enough to learn to feed themselves likely has some kind of biographical dish.
Our most-read interview of the year:
The author of Saving Time discusses actors versus automatons, and existing between the margins of the “unforgiving timetable world.”
Our most-read fiction of the year:
God, We Were Married! by Sasha Fletcher
It was the best first wedding we could have asked for. But it wasn’t enough! Clearly!
Our most-read poem of the year:
Some Joys (Or, Proof I'm Not Dead Yet) by Omar Sakr