The Word of the Year Is “Gaslighting” and HBO’s The Vow Can Help Us Better Understand It — Paste

No One Will Make You Do the Things You Love—So Here’s How to Make Yourself — Quartz

Finding New York in Italo Calvino’s Invisible CitiesElectric Literature

That Time I Was Plagued by Sleep Paralysis and Ghosts — Luna Luna Magazine

Is Every Unhappy Friendship Unhappy in Its Own Way? On Emily Gould’s Friendship and Lindsay Hunter’s Ugly GirlsElectric Literature

Someone Was Murdered in My House — The Airship

How Many Drinks Does it Take to Make a Raymond Carver Story? — The Airship


“At First You Don’t Want Death to Mean Anything”: An Interview with Kristopher Jansma — Hazlitt

“Whatever You Do, Don’t Figure ‘It’ Out”: An Interview with Catherine Lacey — Vol. 1 Brooklyn

Q&A with Simon Jacobs — Full Stop 


Emma Cline’s The Guest Shows the Danger of Using Powerful Men as ‘An Emergency Exit’ — Vol. 1 Brooklyn

A New Look at Tiny Beautiful ThingsThe AV Club

No Apologies: A Look at The Mothers and the Choices Women Make — Electric Literature

The Association of Small Bombs by Karan Mahajan— LitReactor

A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing by Eimear McBride — LitReactor

Find Me by Laura van den Berg — LitReactor


Inheritance — Breadcrumbs Mag

The Bird House — Storychord

Ruthie and the Blast — Breadcrumbs Mag


Cheese Reads: 10 Amazing Cheeses and their Literary Counterparts — The Airship (redistributed in The Paris Review Daily)

22 Out-of-Print J.D. Salinger Stories that You Can Still Read Online — The Airship (redistributed in The Huffington Post)

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