Immersive series, launching with Adrienne LaFrance’s cover story on the prophecies of QAnon, explores how conspiracy theories captured the American mind.
In this newly created staff role, Smith will focus on the visual direction of the website, from daily coverage to special storytelling projects.
Gellman will focus his early reporting on the coronavirus pandemic and the government’s response to the unfolding crisis.
In The Atlantic’s May issue, Kate Julian reports on the rise of anxiety and depression in children, and why changes in parenting may be one key to the solution.
Pointing yourself toward happiness—even in the midst of a global pandemic.
The Atlantic’s eight-part podcast, reported by Vann R. Newkirk II, explores the aftermath of the day the levees broke.
Deadline to Enter: Monday, February 17, 2020; First Place Award: $25,000; Finalists’ Award: $3,000
New section debuts with “Birdie,” a short story by Lauren Groff
Whitney Dangerfield to become senior Ideas editor
New visual identity and product experience launch today, with redesigned print magazine and reimagined iOS App.
Essays consider how America is coming apart—and prospects for rebuilding a more civil, functional, and unified society.
Interviews include: Mayors of Atlanta, Freetown, Helsinki, Louisville, Reykjavik, San Juan, Seattle, and Washington, D.C.; Michael R. Bloomberg; actor Jimmie Fails, filmmaker and musician Dave Grohl; Ai-jen Poo of the National Domestic Worker Alliance; and Frank Sirius of the Chuck Brown Band
Five winners to each receive $40,000 this spring.
In The Atlantic’s November issue, Franklin Foer reports on the global scale of the Amazon CEO’s influence, and his ambitions beyond Earth