The New York Times
Three Lives, and the Tenuous Ties That Bind Them
In "Careers for Women," the Plot Twists Around the World Trade Center
Which Books Deserve a Sequel?
When Is Criticism Unfair? 
What’s the Best Book, New or Old, You Read This Year? 
Is it Still Possible to a Public Intellectual? 
What’s the Best Book about Work?
Can a Virtuous Character Be Interesting? 
What is the Best Book That’s Been Made Into a Great Movie?
Do Moralists Make Bad Novelists?
On Daphne Merkin's The Fame Lunches and Roxane Gay's Bad Feminist
The Lure of Hard-to-Find Nail Polish
Does Anyone Here Speak Art and Tech?
The Nonblond Leading the Blond
The Inappropriately Intimate Exchanges of Barbara Browning
Anorexia, the Impossible Subject
Nicole Holofcener Nails It
Choire Sicha, the Anti-Blogger
Nellie Bly's Lessons in Writing What You Want To
Francophone Hit, American Letdown

Rei Kawakubo Revealed (Sort Of)
What Does it Mean to be an Artist and a Mother?
The Artist Has a Cavity
In Search of Lost Time in Europe's Sanatoriums
Anicka Yi is Inventing a New Kind of Conceptual Art
Navigating Vienna's Imperial Past-- Through Pastries
In Praise of an Aggressively Ugly Shoe
The Naked Truth About German Nudists
Cold Comfort at the Edge of the World
The Forceful Brilliance of Donatella Versace
Creature Comforts
The World’s Most Dedicated All-Natural Perfumer
The Implications of Very Short Hair
White Eyes
Utopia Rules
Ashley Brokaw: Fashion’s Most Unlikely Power Player
Not Nothing
Iris van Herpen’s Intelligent Design
Meh Head
Talking Blues
The Not It Girl 
A Home Furnishings Visionary Takes on High Culture
Margaret Lee’s One-Woman Show

Is The Digital Nomad Life As Good As It Sounds? 

The Trace
America, c. 2015: On Mass Shooting Photography

On Basquiat: The Unknown Notebooks at the Brooklyn Museum

On Jean-Michel Basquiat’s clothes

The Atlantic
The Mystery of Marriage

Has The Fashion Industry Reached a Transgender Turning Point?

Horror’s Muse

All Hail the New Hipster!
On Women in Clothes

The Completist: Janet Malcolm

The New Republic
Reviewing the Unreviewable
Hunger Games: Is Our Data Obsession Making Anorexia Worse?
Pen Pals
Is Friendship Better then Romance?
The Pseudoscience Wars: Who Safeguards Science?

Art and Fashion: The Mutual Appreciation Society
The Blogger and the Radio Star

Marie Claire
The Secrets Behind Superyachts

Lapham’s Quarterly
Court Jester

The Poetry Foundation
Leigh Stein’s Blinkering, Connected Verse
Raymond Roussel’s perfect brand of insanity

New York
85 Minutes with Cecily Strong
Who’s Afraid to Sit Through This Play Stone Sober?
Size Once Mattered
Trouser Math
Peetie the Parakeet, Art-World Darling
The Westway Way

Paper Monument
See Something Say Something

The Boston Globe
On living garden ornaments 
On Rosie Schaap’s Drinking with Men
On Kathleen Alcott’s The Dangers of Proximal Alphabets
On Charles Yu’s Sorry Please Thank You
On Maggie Shipstead’s Seating Arrangements
On Kim Barnes’s In the Kingdom of Men
On Sarah Manguso’s The Guardians
On Caitlin Flanagan’s Girl Land
On Leigh Stein’s The Fallback Plan
On Tom Zoellner’s A Safeway in Arizona
On Helen DeWitt’s Lightning Rods
On Justin Torres’s We the Animals
On Tom Scocca’s Beijing Welcomes You
On Nassir Ghaemi’s A First-Rate Madness
On Ursula Hegi’s Children and Fire
On Rahul Bhattacharya’s The Sly Company of People Who Care
On Jon Ronson’s The Psychopath Test
On Sigrid Nunez’s Sempre Susan
On Margaux Fragoso’s Tiger, Tiger