Jason Diamond analyzes his obsession with Vintage Contemporaries paperbacks from the 80s.
Thirteen years ago, my father killed my mother and then himself. I don't think I'll ever understand why.
The original Blade Runner deeply impacted Kojima and directly inspired his game 'Snatcher'
In 1981, Manhattan wasn’t a place for beginners.
Or was it the newborn that helped me cope with "TumbleSeed?"
A Beyoncé fan grapples with her infertility in the wake of the pop icon's experience with motherhood.
I make no apologies for liking my phone, this powerful pocket computer that helps me and connects me and amuses me in a thousand different ways. But I've long wondered about the value of keeping it by my side throughout my sleeping hours.
She's spent through her own savings and has been living on my financial support.
Maybe your arrival was unplanned, and you lucked upon the shop on your way somewhere else. Maybe the congregation of men outside, thundering with a kind of bountiful, brotherly glee, caught your ear. It does not matter now because you have arrived — a paradise found, a sanctuary unearthed.
Before slashed budgets, before pivots to video, it was a magical place to come of age as a writer.
If I lie or change the subject when you ask me what I do for a living, please don't be offended.
Michele Filgate reflects on her teen years with an abusive stepfather and a mother whose silence protected him.
When you need to feed your family, sometimes you just can't follow all the rules.
The luxury of Olive Garden’s Never Ending Pasta Pass is that you get to believe — if only in spurts, if always fleeting — that peace is renewable and limitless.
I’ve been asked to consider the devil’s point of view so often over the course of my life that I’m beginning to feel like I know him.
After a lifetime of lying to my parents about the racism I've faced in this country and my anxiety disorder, I'm finally being honest with them and with myself.
If you've never tried to break up with an iPhone before, I'll tell you this much: It's not easy.
Food writer Su-Jit Lin contemplates the role of a favorite dish in her relationship with her immigrant chef father.
A transracial adoptee reflects on the burden of engaging with racism and educating white people, including some in her own family.
The fault was not in my stars, nor in myself, but in my fungiform papillae.
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