In 1992, a magazine story introduced the world to the photographs of Sally Mann. Here, she responds to the firestorm that article produced.
Arts & Culture
Friday, April 17
Life behind the Beatles curtain, with the man whose real name is actually Richard Starkey.
Thursday, April 16
One famous critic (Adler) takes another (Pauline Kael) to task for a collection of reviews that is “without Kael- or Simon-like exaggeration, not simply, jarringly, piece by piece, line by line, and without interruption, worthless.”
Wednesday, April 15
David Chase, the creator of The Sopranos and director of the series finale, analyzes the final scene shot-by-shot.
On his anxiety as a teenager, the treatment he was given for it, and the way that the psychiatry of the day failed his family.
Tuesday, April 14
On the parallel sadness of Thom Gunn and Elizabeth Bishop.
Monday, April 13
John Barrymore once had a totem pole on his Beverly Hills estate. But where did it come from?
An interview with the author, who died Monday.
Friday, April 10
Why do all those rugged coastlines, moors and stone buildings make England seem haunted?
Before The Corrections, Jonathan Franzen was just another literary novelist with a new book coming out.
Wednesday, April 8
A portrait of a comedian in the moment just before he becomes huge.