When Meghan O’Gieblyn was a kid, her family moved around the Midwest—from Illinois to Michigan to Wisconsin—always landing in some bedroom community or subdivision built on cornfields and “never far from a freeway.” There,… Read More

Has the American gay movement failed? It’s a striking and likely counterintuitive question for 2018, when marriage equality is the law of the land and gay people occupy prominent positions in nearly every field… Read More

Most elevators, in most buildings, don’t play music anymore. And yet “jazz” is probably how most people would identify the cheesy stuff known as elevator music. If you were to ask someone with greater… Read More

This is part II of Jesse McCarthy’s interview with Asad Haider, the author of Mistaken Identity (Verso, Spring 2018). Click here to read Part I, “The Consolations of Identity.” ●  Jesse McCarthy: Setting aside the… Read More