Recommended reading: While only 39% of Pew-surveyed South Koreans believe that gays and lesbians “should be accepted by society,” wildly popular Korean dramas ironically present some of the most nuanced exploration of male affection on television.
It appears that our own Sonya Chung's consideration of underappreciated Russian writer Sergei Dovlatov played a role in getting one of his stories published in a forthcoming issue of PEN America.
"Long before feminism made fashion a guilty pleasure, my first experience of the sisterhood among strangers took place in a communal dressing room." Judith Thurman writes for The New Yorker about Women in Clothes and her experiences in thrift stores and clothing swaps. For more about the connections between feminism, dressing and literature, check out Rachel Signer's Millions review of the same anthology.