The New Anarchy
America faces a type of extremist violence it does not know how to stop.
The new anarchy, the Terminator’s last act, the end of U.S. naval supremacy, and Judy Blume, poet laureate of puberty. Plus the case against euphemism, going To the Lighthouse, your age in your head, Sebastian Barry, nicknames, new fiction by Mona Simpson, and more.
A new generation discovers the poet laureate of puberty.
What happens when the Terminator turns 75
The United States has ceded the oceans to its enemies. We can no longer take freedom of the seas for granted.
What’s a “justice-involved person”?
There are good reasons you always feel 20 percent younger than your actual age.
Documenting Arab American and Muslim American life without stereotypes
The id of California—the id of America—is strong in both of them.
Searching for Virginia Woolf on the Isle of Skye
Despite a history of embarrassment, the Academy has somehow managed to hold on to its prestige.
Ireland’s fiction laureate has a special understanding of the human heart.
Bob and Sheryl Guterl saw their family as a kind of “ark for the age of the nuclear bomb” and attempted to gather “two of every race.”
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