Recently by Katie Roiphe
The Religion of Potter: What I Learned When I Visited Platform 9¾
May 22, 2013
Once, Writers Were Drunken Brawlers. Now They Are Married and Cook a Lovely Risotto.
May 08, 2013
Novelist Claire Messud Lashes Out at Her Interviewer for Being Sexist. Is She Right?
May 02, 2013
The new movie The Reluctant Fundamentalist (Based on the Novel) Teaches Us More About the Boston Bombers Than the News
April 22, 2013
In Defense of the Wasteful, Delusional Luxury of Getting a Literature Ph.D.
April 08, 2013
Was It Really So Bad That Rocket Scientist Yvonne Brill’s Obit Mentioned the Beef Stroganoff?
April 02, 2013
James Salter Is as Good as Roth, Updike, or Ford. So Why Isn’t He Popular?
March 28, 2013
Read This ’70s Cult Classic and Remember When We Loved Stylish, Damaged Women
March 13, 2013
Liberals Say They Want More Female CEOs, but They Hate the Ones Who Exist
March 06, 2013
What We Lose by Working at Home
Feb 27, 2013
Why Do We Like To Read Tragic Stories About Children?
Feb 20, 2013
We’ve Misread Sylvia Plath’s Famous Poem “Daddy.” It’s Really About Her Mother
Feb 11, 2013
Online Relationships Can Be More Real Than Real Ones
Feb 01, 2013
Planned Parenthood Finally Abandons the Bourgeois Term “Pro-choice.” How About Calling It “Pro-Freedom”?
Jan 16, 2013
How To Write a Good Memoir
Jan 09, 2013
Single on New Year’s and Other Tableaux of Holiday Gloom
Jan 02, 2013
Rebecca West: 10 Reasons to Worship Her
Dec 18, 2012
The False Promise of Late Fertility
Dec 12, 2012
Should I Buy These Perilously Expensive Shoes?
Dec 06, 2012
My Father Died, and He Was Our Thanksgiving Cook
Nov 21, 2012