Personal recommendations and examinations of the written word
Sloane Crosley picks out the best new books to take you from summer to fall.
words by Sloane Crosley, Illustration by Lisa Lok
At the Patrick Leigh Fermor House, a romantic past comes to life in the present.
Words by Anna Godbersen, PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARCO ARGÜELLO
Artist and filmmaker James Spooner takes a multimedia approach to unpack the cultures that made him.
Words by Shirley Ngozi Nwangwa, photography by brad ogbonna
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Sloane Crosley has her pick of the spring’s best new books.
Words by Sloane Crosley, Photography by Lisa Lok
Poet Ada Limón on the mystery of writing, the value of simple joy, and how poetry teaches us a way to be in the world.
Words by T. Cole Rachel, Photography by Caroline Tompkins
Sloane Crosley ponders the books that take us back.
Words by Sloane Crosley, Illustration by Marina Esmeraldo
Sloane Crosley looks into the future.
words by sloane crosley, illustration by marina esmeraldo
Douglas Stuart, author of “Shuggie Bain,” on leaving fashion for literature.
words by sophie mancini, photography by daniel dorsa
Peeling back the layers of one of the most beloved children’s books of all time.
words by ivy elrod, illustration by gigi rose gray
Sloane Crosley rolls the dice.
Sloane Crosley on the gifts that keep on giving.
words by sloane crosley, illustration by Marina Esmeraldo
Sloane Crosley brings it all back home.
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