In week two of our summer reading series, wannabe political wonk and think-piece enthusiast Talya Phelps offers up nine articles to inform, distract, and entertain.
Musings from a late convert to the wonderful world of the wireless earbud.
Emerging from a fog of literary pseudo-intellectualism, one reader finally welcomes Sedaris’ arch yet beguiling prose with open arms.
BROCKHAMPTON’s enigmatic appeal has always stemmed from the feeling that they were communicating a message just out of reach. But with the (rightful) loss of Ameer Vann, they stumbled into an era they were unprepared to interpret.