Fiction

Habitat Magazine: Wake Up

Golden Walkman Magazine: Thirty

Heavy Feather Review: Attached

Anti-Heroin Chic: Summer Camp

Personal Essays

Lithub: Waiting for the Day That Characters Don’t Default to White

Longreads: The Secrets We Keep

Electric Literature: How Applying to Grad School Becomes a Display of Trauma for People of Color

Vocally: How White Beauty Standards Changed My Relationship With My Curly, Middle-Eastern Hair

Opinion Pieces

Hyperallergic: The Trickery and Silly Kitsch of a Supposedly Haunted Museum in Las Vegas

Hyperallergic: Melania Trump’s Colonial Romp Through Egypt

Book Reviews

The Brooklyn Rail: Rebecca Solnit’s Call Them By Their True Names

The Brooklyn Rail: R.O. Kwon’s The Incendiaries

Hyperallergic: A Novel Inspired by Marina Abramović Falls Short of Expectations

The Brooklyn Rail: Ottessa Moshfegh’s My Year of Rest and Relaxation

The Brooklyn Rail: Lexi Freiman’s Inappropriation

The Brooklyn Rail: Nicole Chung’s All You Can Ever Know

The Brooklyn Rail: Porochista Khakpour's Sick

The Brooklyn Rail: Kevin Wilson's Baby, You're Gonna Be Mine

The Brooklyn Rail: Rumaan Alam's That Kind of Mother

The Brooklyn Rail: Leslie Jamison's The Recovering: Intoxication and its Aftermath

The Brooklyn Rail: Tayari Jones's An American Marriage

The Brooklyn Rail: Morgan Jerkins's This Will Be My Undoing

The Brooklyn Rail: Alan Drew's Shadow Man

General Interest Essays

Hyperallergic: A Brooklyn Fair Showcases Zines by Indigenous Artists

Hyperallergic: A Window Into the Lives of Women Living in Cairo

Hyperallergic: The View from the NY Art Book Fair Zine Tent: 8 Zines You Want to Know About

Vocally: Meet Porochista Khakpour, The Iranian-American Author Who Talks About About Living With Chronic Illness

Vocally: Looking Back At The Dixie Chicks' Criticism Of George Bush, 15 Years Later

Vocally: Before You Buy Diamonds This Valentine's Day, You Have To Read This

Reported Articles and News Briefs

Hyperallergic: A New Film Studio Aims to Replace On-Screen Cigarettes with Kazoos

Hyperallergic: White House Pulls Fast (Food) One on NCAA Football Champs

Hyperallergic: An Artist Defends His Appropriation of a Fellow Artist’s Work Without Permission

The Philadelphia Inquirer: Area student wins Prize for Young Heroes

The Philadelphia Inquirer: Flourtown cemetery summons spooky spirits

The Philadelphia Inquirer: Highway message boards to flash travel times

The Philadelphia Inquirer: Program helps students solve real-world problems

The Philadelphia Inquirer: Sledding his way to success on ice

The Philadelphia Inquirer: Wissahickon High robotics team in documentary spotlight

The Philadelphia Inquirer: Chester man sentenced in '04 slaying

The Philadelphia Inquirer: Funds sought for Washington Crossing reenactment

Hyperallergic Event Posts and News Briefs:

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Listicles

Vocally: 5 Books Written By Women That You MUST Read In February

Vocally: 8 Reasons Virginia Woolf Was A Feminist Author Way Ahead Of Her Time

Research

Proquest: ‘Welcome, O life!’: Nietzschean Freedom in James Joyce's Fiction