The New Yorker, January 11, 2010
In her new memoir, Elizabeth Gilbert gets married—whether she likes it or not.
The New Yorker, November 30, 2009
Sports, Sex, and the Case of Caster Semenya
The New Yorker, January 25, 2009
"The Joy of Sex" for Today's Reader
The New Yorker, September 15, 2008
The Lonesome Trail
Cindy McCain's nontraditional campaign
New York Magazine, January 15, 2007
Chasing Dash Snow
At 25, he is a growing downtown legend, a graffiti writer turned artist with a beautiful face and a De Menil pedigree, elusive even to the two friends who created his myth. What happens if he’s caught?
New York Magazine, April 30, 2007
The Lesbian Bride's Handbook
Is white appropriate? What’s the right term for a groom who’s a woman? And what to say to her mother?
New York Magazine, March 26, 2007
The Last Gentleman
George Trow’s "Within the Context of No Context" was a brilliant, scary vision of a cultural end-time. Then, having described it, he lived it, spiraling into madness.
New York Magazine, May 10, 2004
The Devil & Saint Ann's
Stanley Bosworth, the mad genius behind one of New York’s legendary schools, is not going gently into that good night.
The New Yorker, April 21, 2008
Robin Morgan in the Talk of the Town.
The New Yorker, June 22, 2009
Home Visit: Simon Doonan
A trip to the glamorous romper room where Simon Doonan and Jonathan Adler reside.
The New Yorker, June 6, 2011
Basta Bunga Bunga
Have Italians had enough of Berlusconi?