January 11 – 15, 2021
- A conversation with Hannah Arendt’s new biographer.
- An (extremely relatable) interview with Maggie Nelson.
- In honor of Wikipedia’s 20th(!) birthday, read an oral history of the website with all the answers.
- An ode to the late Eric Jerome Dickey.
- Connecticut is actively investigating whether Amazon “engaged in anticompetitive behavior in the e-book business.”
- Heather Clark on discovering more of Sylvia Plath’s story through research.
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