The New York Times Magazine Design Director: Gail Bichler Director of Photography: Kathy Ryan Art Director: Matt Willey Deputy Art Director: Jason Sfetko Designers: Frank Augugliaro, Ben Grandgenett, Chloe Scheffe Associate Photo Editors: Stacey...Show More Summary
Last week, The New York Times Magazine devoted an entire issue to one story: Scott Anderson’s account of how the world has changed since the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003. Anderson’s narrative follows six characters from 1972 until the present. Show More Summary
I recently read an interview with actress Allison Janney in the New York Times Magazine. Aside from admiring her acting skills and comic chops, I am a little in awe of her lanky proportions. Turns out she is six feet tall and has always been self-conscious about her height. Show More Summary
Sunday’s edition of the New York Times Magazine featured a story about a fight over the brain of a patient who, in his life, had been a keystone of memory science. It was an excerpt from Patient H.M., a book about the man who lost his...Show More Summary
The New York Times Magazine recently ran a column about the tyranny (and ubiquity) of minimalism as a hipster aesthetic. Author Kyle Chayka explored the fashionable trend toward downsizing—purging clutter and embracing fewer and more efficient, if often beautiful, objects. Show More Summary
Are all those endless options really a good thing? Back in 2013, Kate Taylor wrote a hit piece for New York Times Magazine entitled “She Can Play that Game Too.” The article purported to show that cisgender women in college were hooking up with the same regularity, satisfaction, and emotional detachment as cisgender men. Show More Summary
Luke Dittrich doesn't mince words. In an adaptation from his new book published in the New York Times Magazine, he refers to Henry Molaison as "arguably the most important human research subject of all time." HM, as he was referred to in scientific literature, in 1953 underwent an experimental epilepsy...
Fabulous New York Times Magazine profile by Molly Young.
There’s a lot to learn about loss, grief and closure—maybe a myth—in “The Lost Ones,” Jennifer Percy’s cover story for the latest New York Times Magazine. Its two main subjects, Yuko Takamatsu and Masaaki Narita, have spent the lastShow More Summary
When Pagan Kennedy wrote her 2012 New York Times Magazine history of home pregnancy testing, it didn't mention Margaret Crane, the product designer who created, designed and championed the test and all it stood for: the right of "a woman...Show More Summary
Offensive BLM melodrama in the NYT: A "superhero” Black Lives Matter protester faced down “storm troopers” in a showdown compared to the Tiananmen Square massacre, according to the latest New York Times Magazine. Magazine photography...Show More Summary
Over at The New York Times Magazine, Katrina Tan explores a creative life in Manila. Pair with this Millions essay on creating a DIY literary scene. The post Dispatch from the Phillipines appeared first on The Millions.
Year in Reading alumnus Jonathan Safran Foer and Oscar-winning actress Natalie Portman have been exchanging emails for over a decade. Over at The New York Times Magazine, they share their recent correspondence on how things have changed since the beginning of their friendship. The post Friends Forever appeared first on The Millions.
Natalie Portman goes without pants on the cover of T, the New York Times magazine. The interview consists of emails between author Jonathan Safran Foer and Natalie. Here’s what she shared… On finding freedom as an actress: “It’s strange to have an art that’s largely an instinct. People would argue that there’s plenty of technique [...]
In “When Everyone Can Be Queer, Is Anyone?” a piece that will run this weekend in the New York Times Magazine, journalist Jenna Wortham tackles the tricky meaning, history, and future of the word queer. (Full disclosure: We emailed about...Show More Summary
U.S. Rep Mark Takano sat down with the New York Times Magazine last week and talked about how the Republican Party is empowering ISIS by not acknowledging the LGBTQ community; why he wants you to refer to him as a “gaysian”; and the one i… Read
In February, I swam with the Canadian-Icelandic writer Eliza Reid and her family in the beautiful Álftanes pool outside Reykjavik as part of my research for a New York Times Magazine story about the geothermal swimming pools of Iceland. Show More Summary
?So, ?that? happened. In February 2013, The New York Times Magazine published a 2012 election postmortem titled, "Can The Republicans Be Saved From Obsolescence." The author, Robert Draper, profiled several innovative Republican strategists who'd all been left on the sidelines as Republican candidate Mitt Romney went down to defeat. Show More Summary
In The New York Times Magazine this weekend Giles Harvey writes about Cynthia Ozick's Long Crusade, profiling the great author. Good to hear she's matured: There was a time in her youth when she came to question this all-consuming investment;...Show More Summary
Mark Leibovich in the New York Times Magazine: To a comical extent, top Republicans willed themselves invisible when I reached out to them for this article, fearing, not incorrectly, that the conversation would turn to Trump. This included some of [...]