A guide to radical self love, a graphic novel about loneliness, and an investigative report into the underworld—and upper east side—of America’s opioid addiction crisis.
A refreshing recipe with a homemade syrup that’s as easy as that warm spring breeze (finally!). Justin and I talk about the “Roseanne reboot,” banned words, and the dynamics of coffee shops as public spaces and what’s reasonable to expect as a customer (or, as in a recent case, a non-customer).
Michael McCormack’s new book began as a letter of complaint to his father, who was a world champion football player (Cleveland ftw! For once!), NFL coach, and hall of famer. As he wrote, though, it turned into something much bigger.
By day, Cynthia Robinson is an art historian based in New York and a professor of Medieval and Islamic Art at Cornell University. By night/ any other time, she’s one of my favorite new authors. We talk about writing, not writing, and her new novel Birds of Wonder.
A novelization of the life of “Iran’s Sylvia Plath,” a tale that’s part murder mystery and part mother-daughter fable, and a new book for teens about love and sex. Waiting for spring is for the birds.