Ramadan this year was a sacred starting point for me in the process of letting go. It’s helped me understand that my anger can, and will, illuminate me.
The author of The Pisces talks astrology, fish sex and filling existential holes.
Talking about the Seventies, the inside-baseball debate over sci-fi vs. SF, and who’s carrying the torch of sci-fi music today with the author of Strange Stars.
These ten friends have been playing the childhood game for decades—and each year, the stakes get higher. Now, their contest is being immortalized on film.
You go to Buc-ee’s for the same reason you break up with someone: to pursue possibility, that narcotic promise of more.
The author of Florida on the impact of landscape on the psyche, the political responsibilities of fiction, and playing with expectations.
Surgery can be seen as way to escape being a trans woman, the freedom to disappear into an “ordinary” life. But my scars, my complicated being, mean more than any illusion of freedom.
In their decades of collaboration, the company created films tethered in a new language for what it means to be a human of multiple descriptions.
Talking with the author of So Lucky about the beginner-ish qualities of coming-out stories, how doing a PhD affected writing fiction, and learning to write characters with disabilities.
Talking with the author of Mad Blood Stirring about getting into fights, the anxiety-based roots of violence, and the co-opting of masculinity by “public intellectuals.”
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