Maggie Stiefvater’s Superpower
May 20, 2021
The prolific author on her writing tricks, the building blocks of YA fiction, and the importance of holding on to magic.
Lily Stockman Brings Us Back to the Gallery
October 16, 2020
The show “Seed, Stone, Mirror, Match” will be showing at the Charles Moffett gallery until October 18th, by individual appointment only.
Sofia Coppola’s “On the Rocks” Doesn’t Go Down So Smooth
October 13, 2020
The film, which premiered at NYFF last month, lacks Coppola’s signature style, Shanti Escalante writes.
Exit Poll: Charlie Kaufman’s Twisted, Deeply Human “I’m Thinking of Ending Things”
September 14, 2020
You don’t have to understand Kaufman’s new film to love it.
From Tumblr to The Twilight Zone: Meet Artist and Curator Anajah Hamilton
June 23, 2020
This child of the internet finds solace in the past.
Ilana Masad’s “All My Mother’s Lovers” Examines Queerness Across Generations
June 8, 2020
The author’s debut novel unearths truths that are less ugly than they are complicated.
In Snowpiercer, Daveed Diggs Adds Kicking Ass to His Repertoire
May 15, 2020
The former “Hamilton” star opens up about the toll of onscreen violence and risking it all for the sake of art.
Before Coronavirus, Olivia Laing Wrote A Book About the Role of Art in A Crisis
May 13, 2020
“Funny Weather: Art in an Emergency” is a well-timed exploration of the ways in which art can heal an ailing world.
Meet Blu DeTiger, the TikTok-Famous Bass Queen
May 5, 2020
The 21-year-old bassist lets us in on her uber-cool ascension in the New York music scene—and why you don’t need big hands to play bass.
Rina Sawayama Finds Her Chosen Family
April 17, 2020
With her new album “Sawayama,” the Japanese-British indie pop sensation opens up about finding family when you need it most.
Devs Star Sonoya Mizuno Doesn’t Recognize Her Life Right Now
April 14, 2020
As the FX on Hulu show “Devs” comes to an end, its star adjusts to the new normal.
Emily Gould Is Looking Forward to Menopause
April 13, 2020
The blogger-turned-novelist on what it takes to protect your creative life while raising kids.
Hilary Leichter Wrote the Origin Myth of the Gig Economy
March 20, 2020
Her new novel, “Temporary,” explores the alienated lives at the heart of today’s workforce.
Exit Poll: The Bodily Catharsis of Saint Frances
March 16, 2020
Maybe the real female gaze is looking at your period stains.
Aaron Paul Is Even More of A Dad Than We Expected
March 13, 2020
Ahead of his turn on “Westworld,” the actor talks wigs, his baby, and emails (he doesn’t answer them).
That Time Evan Rachel Wood Revealed She’s A Horse Girl
March 12, 2020
The “Westworld” star knows a thing or two about Westerns.
Into: The Nihilistic Doodles of “Avocado Ibuprofen”
March 10, 2020
The revolution will be illustrated.
Cartoonist Michael DeForge On Butter Tarts and Anarchism
March 3, 2020
With his new book, the “Adventure Time” comic artist explores gig economy hell—and alternative ways of being alive.
Michael Christie, Author of Greenwood, Wants to Save the Trees
February 28, 2020
The author talks climate change anxiety and intergenerational amnesia.
Exit Poll: “Portrait of a Lady on Fire” Finally Leaves Women Alone
February 18, 2020
Céline Sciamma’s latest film proves, once and for all, that women really are better. Please leave us alone.