Lili Loofbourow is typically excellent on the topic of Jane Mayer’s attempted exculpation of Al Franken. The opening alone is a work of art. Former Sen. Al Franken has gotten his revenge on Sen.
I have a review of Kim Stanley Robinson’s most recent novel, Red Moon, at Strange Horizons today. I think Robinson is one of the most important writers working in SF right now. His emphasis how
Writing in the New Yorker, Masha Gessen takes HBO’s recently-concluded, and for the most part universally-lauded, miniseries about the Chernobyl disaster to task for failing to grasp Soviet powe
Some recent (and not-so recent) writing by me that LGM-ers might find of interest. Hey, remember Avengers: Endgame? It was the biggest movie of the decade, and then we stopped talking about it maybe t
Steven’s thoughts are here. I’ll have many spoilery observations in the comments, but for now I’ll say that I thought for the most part it was as good a resolution as the show could
At this stage, I am far from the first person to praise Berlin, and many of you have probably read it already. But for those of you who haven’t, Jason Lutes’s graphic opus is such a magnif
Brett Easton Ellis, as you may recall, wrote a book about how everyone is too sensitive these days and Moonlight shouldn’t have won the Oscar. I quoted heavily from Andrea Long Chu’s magni
It’s 3PM on election day in Israel. I’m in my mother’s house, because she has a scanner, and in my capacity as a party representative to the regional election commission, I may be ca