Partly Truth, Partly Fiction: 2019 Cinema Revisits the Manson FamilyChloe Lizotte
Chloe Lizotte considers the Manson depictions from the summer of 2019, asking what contradictions of representation and historical memory they share.
Annie McGreevy on “Hustlers,” Edward P. Jones’s “The Known World,” a failed TV project, and the hustles that sustain us under capitalism.
Bean Gilsdorf joins the chorus of women speaking about their anger, so that they can do something about it.
Christopher Shinn talks to Jeremy O. Harris about his recent plays “‘Daddy’” and “Slave Play.”
Ellen Wayland-Smith reviews Rachel Monroe’s “Savage Appetites: Four True Stories of Women, Crime, and Obsession.”
Jenny Brown responds to Meredith Goldsmith, Anna Kryczka, and Catherine Liu’s “Anti-Labor Politics,” and the writers respond to her criticism.