Articles by Nina Renata Aron

September 13, 2017

Rare Consolation: Reading A Memoir of Addiction 0

Rausing thoughtfully, painstakingly, works a deep groove into the stubborn surface of certain bedeviling questions: “How do you write about addiction?” “Who can help the addict?”

November 16, 2016

Fake Failures: Why Are Successful Young Women Writers Playing Miserable Online? 10

The flippant micro-chronicling of every bad mood, awkward exchange, and looming, soon-to-be-abdicated responsibility works to obscure all of the privilege, yes, but also all of the striving that got you to the big boys’ table in the first place, and to undermine your actual (often extremely good) work.