The Directors of The Stroll on Jerry Springer and Documenting Sex Work

August 4, 2023

“It was like, ‘Whatever, they’re going to see some trans titties today.'”


Meet Zak Malamed, the Millennial Looking to Unseat George Santos

June 28, 2023

“Last year when George Santos won the seat, I had some neighbors and community leaders call me up and say, ‘Zak, it’s time to put up or shut up.'”


Gen Z Congressman Maxwell Frost Is Demystifying the Political Game

February 17, 2023

The 26-year old politician tells fellow Florida activist Brandon Wolf about his vision for generational change.


Brian Lehrer Points the Mic at Brooke Gladstone

November 23, 2022

“Who starts when you have two interviewers in the same interview?”


“I’m Very Angry”: New Yorkers Say What Drove Them to the Polls

November 9, 2022

“After Roe vs. Wade was overturned in June, I am worried that Republicans will limit access to reproductive healthcare in historically blue states.”


“What’s Happening in Iran is Not a Local Story”: Meet Filmmaker Mahyad Tousi

October 21, 2022

The conflict zone documentarian talks to Interview about the protests in Iran and his new film “Remote,” a solarpunk fantasy co-directed by Mika Rottenberg.


Gary Indiana on the False Promise of the American Dream

September 14, 2022

The irascible writer and critic pens an essay for our September issue.


Steve Kornacki on Vibe Shifts, Anxiety, and Democracy

September 12, 2022

When the fate of the country hangs in the balance, MSNBC’s data king is our go-to guy. Here, he reacts to a bunch of topics chosen at semi-random.

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Chris Smalls and Steven Donziger Aren’t Afraid of Amazon

May 24, 2022

The activist spoke to the environmental lawyer about fighting intimidation tactics with integrity.