A profile of photographer Robert Frank in his 90th year.
New York Times Magazine
A life with bipolar disorder.
On black bodies in the age of the Charleston shootings.
On being South Africa’s “public protector,” charged with watching over the people who once liberated it.
On the kids who are spiritual leaders before the age of ten.
On the service’s multiple origin stories.Excerpted from Hatching Twitter: A True Story of Money, Power, Friendship, and Betrayal.
“We still have retrograde ideas about how pregnant women should feel, and we need to revise them — not only for depressed women but for all women.”
“She has no theories, for example, to explain why she, of all people, felt unburdened by the unspoken rules marking certain subjects off limits for children, or why, for that matter, she has that particular gift, that ability to recall the emotional experiences of adolescence, the confusion, the longing, the rivalries — the memories, in other words, that most of us try to bury as quickly and deeply as we can.”