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Roxane Gay on Google’s ‘Deafening and Disturbing’ Silence Around Their Deletion of Dennis Cooper’s Blog August 1, 2016: Roxane Gay throws her two cents to the New York Times about the case of the missing Dennis Cooper blog. “I never know what to expect when I read it, but I always know I will be provoked, [...] by

Kate Durbin Discusses Los Angeles, Literary Television, Costume and More With Dorothea Lasky January 4, 2016: Dorothea Lasky is back at the Los Angeles Review of Books with a brand-new three-part series of interviews as part of her column “Five Questions and Five Answers.” The theme of this [...] by

Roxane Gay Remarks on All-White NYT Summer Reading List May 29, 2015: At NPR, Roxane Gay remarks on the all-white summer reading list the New York Times just published: It’s one thing if a media brand deliberately targets segmented audiences. The Root publishes [...] by

Sylvia Plath’s Safe Haven: New York City in 1953 October 30, 2013: Though the format is excruciatingly stylish, we’d recommend attempting to read this story at The Aesthete by Roxane Gay on Sylvia Plath’s life in New York, where she worked in the summer [...] by

Roxane Gay to Start Blogging at The Nation September 12, 2013: Author and cultural-critic, Roxanne Gay, will be blogging for the next two weeks at The Nation. Her goal? To diversify the literary conversation across all genres. According to Carolyn Kellogg, of [...] by

Roxane Gay’s Guide to Being a Contemporary Writer August 17, 2012: Hop on over to Roxane Gay’s Tumblr for her list “How to be a Contemporary Writer.” Here’s a few from the list: 5. Accept that sometimes literary success is political and/or [...] by

Hard Facts: A Breakdown by Race of Books Reviewed at The New York Times June 7, 2012: Don’t stop us if you’ve seen this piece at The Rumpus already—one of our friends is even posting it on Facebook every half-hour to make sure we all do: Roxane Gay compiled data to [...] by