Briallen Hopper appreciates "The Mutual Admiration Society," a new book from Mo Moulton.
Waveforms and the Women’s March
Briallen Hopper on what we can learn from the Women's March.
Remembering How It Felt to Burn: Robin Wasserman’s “Girls on Fire”
Robin Wasserman's "Girls on Fire" is a mystery and a tangled love triangle and a ruthless thriller, and it’s satisfying and troubling on all these levels.
"Sisters" celebrates a friendly kind of sisterhood that is all girl power and no grief.
The classic spinster challenges our understanding of love, sex, family, and power.
White Christmas and Black December
The #BlackLivesMatter movement, and the deaths that spurred it, should make all of us who celebrate ask: What does Christmas mean this year? And what should it mean?
Young Adult Cancer Story
“I only know what it’s like to read The Fault in Our Stars as a woman in my mid-30s who is friends with a woman in her mid-30s who, like Hazel Grace Lancaster, has incurable Stage 4 cancer.”
Coming Home to The Best Years of Our Lives
I USED TO SAY that The Best Years of Our Lives was like a religion to me. In college I watched
LAST YEAR, THE SCHOOL where I work — Yale University, colloquially known as “the Gay Ivy” — was galvanized