The Laura Lippman plan requires that you eat whatever you want whenever you want to eat it, and declare yourself beautiful. We’re not going to lie …
"I’m in the carpe-the-fucking-diem stage of my life."
An excerpt from Abigail Thomas's new memoir, "Still Life at Eighty: the Next Interesting Thing"
A dramatic exit from the toxic magazine world cast uncertainty on Kim France's future, but after launching her own website and podcast for women over…
At 69, Eileen Vorbach Collins responds to an ageist tweet.
"Writing renders our world and ourselves. It has saved me more than once." Sorayya Khan considers the creative practice that helps her make sense of…
As Laurie Stone streams some talked-about shows on TV, she notices the women's movement has been cut out of the snapshots of our time, like tedious…
How outdated and sparse the information about it is...and that New York Times Magazine article. An open thread.
Sara Eckel writes to the 25-year-old she once was, just starting out as a writer in New York City in the 90s.
At 52 I stopped being able to tolerate alcohol, so I gave it up. How has your relationship to alcohol and drinking changed as you've gotten older? An…
In an excerpt of "I Thought You Loved Me," Mari Naomi's graphic Gen X memoir due out in May, they write about an ex-friend from their teens and 20s…
Richard Toon recalls his first taxi ride into Manhattan forty years ago, and a kind driver who had been around the block a few times.