“And with every wrong set of hands, he wished only for a dispassionate life. A life of no knots, no slutty mothers and lovelorn fathers.”
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After Sex

"Love is the coaxing that knives us open"

‘The Half of It’ and the Language of Love

Alice Wu’s second feature film is about finding the right words.

By the Beach With My Grandmother

I hold her hand Her skin—wrinkled and loose and warm, green walls of veins I pinch it...

The Little Women of A New Age

Greta Gerwig’s adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s nineteenth-century novel is still both radical and relevant.

On Grief and Mortality

“As a woman of science, my mother is relentless in her search for answers. Why must we die? If we are to die, why do we ever live? Who designed this system?”

D.H. LAWRENCE, ONE OF OUR OWN

“But the coal miner’s son was certainly not a half-wit; he never looked back at the past, as Woolf accuses him, for his own good.”