July 13, 2017

A Short History of Weird Girls

By Caroline Hagood

A few weeks ago, Jill Soloway wrote about being a “weird girl” in Lenny. The piece was more battle cry of a brave soul in the wilderness than your typical […]

September 19, 2016

Falling Asleep While Reading

By Aaron Gilbreath

The greatest enemy of print publishing might not be digital media or the widespread expectation that reading material be free. It might be the human body. A lot of people […]

September 30, 2015

One Book at a Time

By Brian Michael Murphy

I’m not sure what felt better, successfully defending my dissertation, or returning 120 books to the library and being able to see the floor of my office again. My bookcases […]