At The New Yorker, Thomas McGuane remembers the late Jim Harrison.

At Jezebel, Jia Tolentino looks into whether we’ve reached the end of “the era of the important, inappropriate literary male.”

Porochista Khakpour was interviewed about responding to bad reviews.

Paula Mejia revisited Modest Mouse’s This Is a Long Drive For Someone With Nothing to Think About.

Talking money, NYC, and generational questions with Emily Gould and Logan Sachon.

At Funhouse: an interview with Alice Tye.

There’s a new essay from Toni Nealie at The Rumpus.

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