Ander Monson's Letter to a Future Lover, writes Naomi Skwarna, "often reads like an exercise in curated solitude," demonstrating the author's sense of home in the "guts of a university library."
By Naomi Skwarna
Ethan Earle of The Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung NYC office weighs in on the student debt crisis in the run up to the 2016 elections.
By Ethan Earle
Julie Schumacher deftly transforms the humble letter of recommendation into a legitimate novelistic vehicle, says Keija Parssinen.
By Keija Parssinen
Which lives are worth documenting in biography and which facts within those chosen lives are worth endowing with meaning?
By Michele Filgate
Award-winning documentary filmmakers Jeff Reichert and Farihah Zaman weigh in on the role of their art form in policy debates and social activism.
By Jeff Reichert and Farihah Zaman
The generation of children now entering the world will inherit the digital identities their parents create for them.
By Priya Kumar
A review of WATCHLIST: 32 SHORT STORIES BY PERSONS OF INTEREST
By Tadzio Koelb
People might disagree about why my last project ended, but “quality” is never on the list.
By Liana Rosenkrantz Woskie
Across the world, the public is not healthy.
By Renée Fiorentino
Public health has not made me rich. But the rewards are so much more than monetary.
By Richard O'Donnell
Public health occupies the unenviable space of being too academic and not academic enough.
By Teddy Svoronos
The Sentimental Language of Anti-Welfare Ideology
By Jamison Kantor