An interview with the Japanese artist, who has resided in a mental institution since committing herself in 1975.
Sunday, November 18
Saturday, November 17
A week in the author’s life when it became impossible to control the course of events.
Friday, November 16
How conspiracy theory links the internet’s first spam (a series of randomly generated words with the subject line Markovian Parallax Denigrate) with a woman who posed as a CIA agent and was convicted of receiving funds from Saddam Hussein’s government.
How a team of 40 engineers helped reelect Barack Obama.
The night his Alabama Crimson Tide beat the LSU Tigers for the national championship, Brian Downing put his balls on the face of a passed out LSU fan named Garrison Stamp. The act was caught on video, the video went viral, and their lives were never the same.
Thursday, November 15
Memoir of a Latter-day campaign correspondent.
Ashlyn Blocker, 13, has a “congenital insensitivity to pain.”
Wednesday, November 14
The story of the 1944 German national soccer championship game.
Pamela Colloff is an executive editor and staff writer at Texas Monthly.
"There are many, many people who write and they have tragic stories, but they're not necessarily compelling magazine articles. Figuring out what is a compelling magazine article and what isn't is one of the more painful things about this. You can't look into every case. But your job is to be a storyteller."
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