Clarity, with a Certain Descriptive Flair: Interview with Nate Chinen

by Kristen Holt-Browning This is some town: last year, I received a notification from the library that a book I had requested had come in and was ready for me to pick up. As I walked in, I happened to run into an acquaintance, a fellow PTA mom at our kids' school. She asked what … Continue reading Clarity, with a Certain Descriptive Flair: Interview with Nate Chinen

Observing the Living World: Interview with Melanie Challenger

By Julie Chibbaro In my day job, I work as an editor for a bioethics research institute called The Hastings Center, in Garrison, N.Y. I spend much of my day reading the thoughts and analyses of multidisciplinary scholars who offer possible solutions to some of our most difficult ethical problems, like how to best face … Continue reading Observing the Living World: Interview with Melanie Challenger

Lee McIntyre: Post-Truth & the Perfect Fraud of Deepfake Video

By Flora Stadler I remember once, back when I was a Very Serious Poet recently graduated from liberal arts college, I was talking to my mother about graduate school and she asked if I would consider journalism. “That’s also writing,” she’d said. “It’s not the same thing at all,” I replied, all righteous. But 10 … Continue reading Lee McIntyre: Post-Truth & the Perfect Fraud of Deepfake Video