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 [...]
Photographers and filmmakers may imagine that virtual reality is “the next big thing,” but Jenna Pirog, virtual reality producer for The New York Times Magazine, warns that the technology is best suited to certain types of stories. “I...Show More Summary
Nikole Hannah-Jones, a writer who is defining the landscape of education journalism, has written a landmark story at the New York Times magazine on school segregation in New York City. Read more...
by Eli Sanders Two articles worth reading on segregated public schools in New York and Seattle. DAVE VALEZA Nikole Hannah-Jones has a great piece in the current New York Times magazine about the difficulty in choosing a school for her daughter in a segregated city. Show More Summary
This post is very exciting for me. It covers a subject I care deeply about (cancer), and it’s exclusive, unpublished material from a New York Times Magazine feature entitled “An Old Idea, Revived: Starve Cancer to Death.” Written by Sam Apple, this piece got a lot of attention. Now, here on this blog, you can […]
The New York Times Magazine enlisted photographer Jimmy Chin and safety expert Jamison Walsh to climb to the tippy top of the spire on Manhattan’s 1 World Trade Center, and shared this eye-popping 360º video of the journey. We only wish the video were longer.
In a 360° video for The New York Times Magazine, photographer and mountaineer Jimmy Chin climbed the spire of One World Trade Center to photograph a breathtaking view 1,776 feet above New York City. Chin’s photographs appeared in The New York Times Magazine’s recent “New York Issue.”
That may sound complicated, but in fact, I’ve oversimplified things a bit in the headline. You’ll see. Let’s review the chronology. On May 5, the New York Times Magazine published an interview with Obama’s chief creative writer Ben Rhodes. The article said that the Obama administration’s story about beginning talks with Iran in 2013 was […]
Two years ago, the New York Times Magazine put on its cover a photocopied image of Rand Paul, accompanied by a provocative headline: “Major Threat: Rand Paul and the Libertarians Could Win Young Voters for the G.O.P.—If the Party Doesn’t...Show More Summary
Here’s what the New York Times Magazine’s story gets wrong.
ST. LOUIS -- Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump claimed that Ferguson, Missouri, has a higher crime rate than some of the world’s most dangerous places. In an interview with The New York Times Magazine published...Show More Summary
On April 3, The New York Times Magazine photography critic Teju Cole penned a piece largely dismissing the work of renown photographer Steve McCurry. The piece caused a minor ruckus in photography circles with people (like myself) writing in his defense, while others castigated his imperialist eye and amplified whispers of staged scenes. Just when the [...]Show More Summary