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The deep roots of "white trash" in America: "Not only are we not a post-racial society, we are certainly not a post-class society"
The only addiction “that hasn’t tried to kill me": Melissa Broder on confessional writing, anxiety, and how much honesty is too much
"I’m a different animal now": “The Mommy Group” author gets real about having kids and how America needs to change to support mothers
“Writing about sex may have led me to writing about religion”: Tom Perrotta on theocracies, “The Leftovers” and why “The Scarlet Letter” is a coming-out story
Whiteness and "Making a Murderer": Manitowoc, the "one-branch family tree" and the sinister race science of "degenerate whites"
Mom, did you ever get high?
Gillian Flynn isn't writing "the next 'Gone Girl'": "I feel like I need a break from their voices in my head"
No, really, go the f*ck to sleep
"We are a very misunderstood group of parents": Home-schooling isn't just for the Duggars anymore
"It’s not a women’s problem, it’s a workplace problem": Anne-Marie Slaughter on the crisis at the heart of the "having it all" problem
The death of Franzenfreude: On the peculiar literary itch that only one of our best — and most ridiculous — authors can scratch
Our obsession with safety is harming our kids
Women don't have "maiden" names: A modest proposal to retire the descriptor
I'm raising my children atheist in the Bible Belt
Am I raising a narcissist?