Journalist, writer, photographer and former Emmy-Award-winning television producer Deb Kogan is author of The Red Book and Shutterbabe.
Known for the story collection Cowboys Are My Weakness, Houston writes about life and love in the West. She considers herself a “binge writer.”
Emily Yoffe pens Slate’s Dear Prudence column and its Human Guinea Pig feature, for which she has entered the Mrs. America contest and worked as a nude model.
Long before Lena Dunham and Girls, Sohn fearlessly chronicled her sexual misadventures in New York Press. She has since authored four novels.
A loved one’s burial provokes a cultural collision.
After the mob attack on Lara Logan, many commenters claimed she was partly to blame. Drawing on the author’s own experiences with sexual violence and public criticism, a dissection of the judgment game.
Lessons from a surprise visit to Richard Rogers’s house.
On a life-changing trip to Afghanistan.
Inside a tiny Puerto Rican church, a Jewish writer faces life without her father.
My social network helped diagnose a rare disease that our doctors initially missed.
Why one woman traveled to Moscow to introduce the man she married to the man he never met: his father.
My son, the star.
Slut-shaming, name-calling and no respect: welcome to life in literary America for a 21st century female author.