They say that comedy is tragedy plus time; one could say the same for nostalgia, but in any case, the key ingredient is time.
“Yugoslavs have a blurred conception of themselves,” the Serbian journalist and native Yugoslavian Dusko Doder wrote in 1978. […]
When the Spanish conquered central Mexico in 1521, the gold-loco conquistadores burned the codices of the Aztecs and destroyed their […]
Daenerys Targaryen: Mother of Dragons, Breaker of Chains, Queen of the Andals, and Keeper of the Lesbian Void
I look for the slightest bit of sapphic tension in every piece of media I interact with. Last […]
With nurses in New York City out on strike, we look back at our December 2020 interview with Tanya Martinez.
Classical playwright Terence and his present-day counterpart Branden Jacobs-Jenkins construct worlds that provide humanistic dimension to the lives of enslaved people.
Baumbach’s ambitious adaptation of a book by a difficult-to-adapt author comes up short.
The shouts. The demands. The pleas. The cries. They stretched from Tehran to Kurdistan across borders, lands, and waters.