Reviews & Interviews

 

My reviews have been published by  The Daily BeastLA Review of BooksThe GuardianThe London MagazineHazlittBroadlyPasteThe Atlantic, Pacific Standard, and others. In print, my reviews have been published by The Times Literary Supplement, Bust, Creative Non-Fiction, and World Literature Today. My author interviews have been published by Broadly, The Establishment, Brooklyn Magazine, Google, Paste, and others.

Select Reviews
Understanding the Death of Democracy
Madness in Civilization by Andrew Scull
Rome's Revolution by Richard Alston
Put Out More Flags by Evelyn Waugh
Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff
Paradise City by Elizabeth Day
Bobby Kennedy by Larry Tye
The Lesser Bohemians by Eimear McBride
The Essex Serpent by Sarah Perry
Priestdaddy by Patricia Lockwood
The Accusation by Bandi
The Maids by Junichiro Tanizaki
The Death of Truth by Michiko Kakutani

Select Author Interviews
Olivia Laing for Longreads
Sarah Perry for Longreads
Dr. Amanda Foreman for Broadly
Helen Ellis for Broadly
Jennifer Wright for Broadly
Noah Hawley for Paste
Olivia Laing for Paste
Shirin Ebadi for The Establishment
Noah Hawley for Paste
Joel Whitney for Paste
Lauren Elkin for Brooklyn Mag
Kelly Oxford for Brooklyn Mag

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Cultural Criticism

My writing on culture and the arts has been published by The Economist, Hyperallergic, The National (UAE), CNN Style, The Establishment, Hazlitt, Jezebel, and others.


Women rule Westeros. How strange.
'This is a Women's Story': Revitalizing The World's Oldest Library
Once More Unto the Breach: Will the Endless Interest in The Mitfords Ever Be Quenched?
Spiders, Sex, and Feminism: The Art and Life of Louise Bourgeois
“The Good Place” shows that a comedy can also tackle morality
In photos: How 1968 changed America -- for better and worse
Marlene Dietrich: The femme fatale who fought social and sexual oppression
Why do documentaries and biopics avoid comedy’s darker edges?
How Female Sculptors Are Pushing the Bounds of Metal as a Medium