At The Atlantic, Caleb Crain (of Necessary Errors and n+1 fame) writes about the galvanizing effects of memorizing his favorite poem. (If you’re wondering, the poem in question is W.H. Auden’s “In Praise of Limestone.”)
“We can finally all agree that women want to have sex. But does that mean we experience desire in the same way that men do?” At The Atlantic, Claire Dederer discusses why it can be hard for women to write about sex. Pair with: Our own essay about writing sex scenes in literary fiction.
When high fashion and the life of a working writer combine: on Jessica Francis Kane‘s New York Fashion Week debut.