Longreads

Melancholy Letters

I’ve spent most of my life reading literature that made me laugh. But something has changed.

The Business of a Marriage

After my wedding, I began looking for a language for the partnership, both metaphorical and actual, I seemed to have contracted.

What A Time To Be In Decline

Why, a decade ago, did my father give me the heavy gift of a controversial 100-year-old Oswald Spengler tome? It took a pandemic for me to find out.

Wonder Women

The fight for female superheroes in Hollywood.

Towards a New Horizon

During quarantine, I’ve been trying to remind myself that I’ve always been able to find inspiration for a better life.

Crazy Wisdom: A Love Story

My parents’ bizarre, unlikely matchmaker, the cult leader.

A Voice of Bells

What ever happened to Ofra Haza?

The Memory Weavers

Transforming craft into an act of protest against indifference is something women have done for centuries.

Saving Little Jamaica

The plight of Little Jamaica fits into a cycle of development that allows formerly thriving Black neighbourhoods to fall into neglect.

Get the Lead Out

Our ancestors were born to die by predators. We are born to die by products.