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March 25, 2020
Emily Nemens Talks Baseball and the Art of the Quarterly
With the baseball season delayed, the new book by the editor of
The Paris Review
The Cactus League
, is a salve for fans.
March 13, 2020
We Need Multilingual Student Journalism
How the news is presented should not hinder anyone from staying informed. As student journalists, we can make sure of that.
Rebecca Duke Wiesenberg
February 6, 2020
Newish and Jewish: An Interview With ‘Currents’ Editor Arielle Angel
How a revitalized magazine with its roots in American communism captured the Jewish left.
Sarah M. Seltzer
December 20, 2019
A Realist’s Guide to Progressive Giving
Your tax dollars end up doing a lot of harm. Here’s a way to offset the damage.
November 11, 2019
Kurt Vonnegut on Making a Living as a Writer
You probably won’t have to endure the downsides of fame and fortune. But you can emulate the upsides.
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October 14, 2019
Next Year the Nobel Committee for Literature Needs to Look Beyond Europe’s Borders
Despite the differences between Olga Tokarczuk and Peter Handke, they both reflect a divided Europe as viewed only from within its borders.
August 15, 2019
Media Companies Are (Still) Failing When It Comes to Diversity
We all need to do better—and that includes
July 5, 2019
Another Cartoonist Is Fired for Drawing Reality
Canadian cartoonist Michael de Adder was dropped after creating this drawing.
Michael de Adder
June 18, 2019
Why the Paper of Record Hates Cartoons
Cartoons are powerful—so much so that
The New York Times
is cracking down on them.
June 13, 2019
Guardians of Civilization
The truth hurts at times.