The New York Times

Pillows to Scream Into, Rated

Your Apartment Tries to Talk You Out of Going to a Party

The New Yorker

Cooties: A Medical Guide

I Am a Tinder Guy Holding a Fish and I Will Provide for You (Included in The New Yorker's Not-to-Be-Missed Shouts of 2017)

Items You Insist on Hoarding Even Though They’re Garbage

Deadbeat Dads of the Bible

New and Improved Names for Figure Skating

Are You and Your First-Grade Boyfriend Ready for Marriage?

How to Concentrate on Work During an Intense News Cycle

What Your Noncommittal Ex Would Prefer You Call Your Short-Term Relationship Instead of “Relationship”

Reasons You, My Roommate, Should Adopt a Dog


Mrs. Potts Confronts the Enchantress Who Cursed Her and the Other Servants

Scenic Locales for Your June Divorce

How Many Dates Should You Go on Before You Tell Your Partner About Your Previous Incarnation as a Megalord Who Commanded Several Hundred Battalions?

A Glossary of Euphemisms for Sexual Misconduct

Your Ex Asks You to Stay His Friend and Primary Source of Emotional Labor

A Day in the Life of a Female Incel

Liberal White Man Seeks Echo Chamber of Other White Men

Your Future Grandchildren’s Responses to How Dating Worked Before Apps

Witch Spells to Keep Ruth Bader Ginsburg Alive Forever

The Washington Post

There Are Dolls for All Barbie's Weddings. Here Are the Ones for Her Divorces.

Man Seeks Therapist Girlfriend

The Rumpus

Whimsical Abortion Procedures

The Toast

Fun Birthday Traditions That Everyone Loves

How To Decorate Your Dream Library

Tindog: An Exposé

Movie Spoilers

A Paint Company Describes White Paint Colors

Excerpts from Guy Debord’s “The Muppets”

Solved: Do Men Cry? Do Women Defecate?

Major Lazer Sells Panini Presses at an EDM Concert

The Happiest Word Search on Earth


The Hairpin

How Proteins Work

Emily Post’s Sanitary Alternatives to Handshakes this Flu Season

A Townsman and a Scribe Write About Evil Witches

Uncovered Classics

Dream Groom Quiz: Who Would You Marry in the Early 1900s?

The Endless Plains of My Antonia: 43 Covers

The Massachusetts Review (Print)

We Called Her Uteri

J Journal (Print)

Lunch Break






In Spiral Arms

Spillway (Print)






The Real Casanova Wasn’t A Ladies Man, He Was A Rapist

Uncovered Classics

When Falling in Love Could Kill You: Abortion in the 1950s

The Establishment

I'm Asking Men to Pay Me $5000 to Read Jonathan Franzen




The A.V. Club

Dangerous Minds

Brooklyn Magazine

Boston Magazine


Jezebel again

Mellville House

Huffington Post