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By Abby Norman, from Ask Me About My Uterus, which was published last month by Nation Books. Norman is an editor at Futurism, a science and technology website.
The forgotten victims of America’s opioid crisis
By Terry Southern (1924–95), from an unpublished manuscript written in 1952. It is included in Making It Hot for Them, a collection of his writings edited by Nile Southern that…
The un-becoming of self
The troubling response to a memoir of incest
By Henry Marsh, from Admissions, a memoir about his life as a neurosurgeon. The book was published in October by St. Martin’s Press. Marsh is the author of Do No Harm.
The luminary vision of W. Eugene Smith
The tragicomedy of Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live
Henry David Thoreau as prophet, naturalist, and stealth comedian
Around the world with the Goya of conflict photography
From Donald Trump: America’s 45th President, which was published in November by Gallopade. The biography, by Carole Marsh, is for readers aged eight and up.
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