An interview with Peter Matthiessen.
Thursday, June 12
Wednesday, June 11
A former Eagle Scout attends the National Boy Scout Jamboree, aka Jambo, held at a brand-new, $100 million scouting wonderland called The Summit.
Nathaniel Rich writes for Rolling Stone, Harper's and the New York Times Magazine. His latest novel is Odds Against Tomorrow.
"I'm drawn to obsession. I think I'm an obsessive in a way, probably most writers are. It's an obsessive act to sit at a desk by yourself."
Going undercover with David Sullivan, cult infiltrator.
How Leo Sharp got busted.
Previously: The Longform Guide to Cocaine.
One woman’s ghastly dollhouse dioramas turned crime scene investigation into a science.
Tuesday, June 10
How the island paradise of Seychelles became a magnet for money launderers and tax dodgers.
Possible clues about Lincoln’s murder in the unlikeliest place.
How coach Jurgen Klinsmann, “soccer’s Alexis de Tocqueville,” is trying to give the US an identity.
Monday, June 9
The creator of Scandal and Grey's Anatomy offers advice to the Dartmouth class of 2014.
A portrait of Ben Todd, a DIY champion of the emerging music scene in Nashville.