Before She Wrote Her Graphic Memoir, Mira Jacob Had to Learn to Draw
The Vulnerability of Memoir Writing, With Mira Jacob
How a Mine Disaster Became a Work of Documentary Theater
How Documentary Theater Goes From Interviews to Final Production
The Normal Heart Was Addressed to a Specific Crisis. But Its Insights About Anger and Love Are Timeless.
Megan Abbott’s Top Tip for Learning to Write for the Screen: Michael Clayton
Megan Abbott’s Go-To Story Structure
How Jazz Composer Miho Hazama Turned the Words Three Cats Playing Together Into a Piece of Music
How Miho Hazama Combines Classical Training With Contemporary Jazz
My Son Heard Me Say I Hate Him in a Moment of Frustration. What Now?
A Conversation With Kim Stanley Robinson About Three Californias and Infinite Futures
Why The Inheritance, Broadway’s New Intergenerational Gay Epic, Is Failing to Connect
How Tony Kushner Added a Brand-New Character to His Oldest Play to Address Our Terrible Times
The Resurrection of the Greatest Sci-Fi Writer You’ve Never Read
What It’s Like to Play Tevye at a Time of Increasing Anti-Semitism
The King Turns Shakespeare’s Henriad Into the Tragedy of the Obama Years
The Empty, Miserable Comics of Chris Ware
Tennis Phenoms Come and Go. Bianca Andreescu Is Here to Stay.
Why Friends Is Still a Hit
Who’s Your Favorite Grandma?