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Past articles by Claire:

Erica Chidi Is Helping Black Women Understand Their Bodies In A Broken Health Care System

The health coach co-founded Loom to help women have healthy and empowered sexual and reproductive lives. → Read More

'The Bachelor' Cast And Fans Push Franchise To Reckon With Its Race Problem

After Chris Harrison's controversial remarks on "Extra," progressive viewers, contestants and recappers say they want accountability not just from the ho... → Read More

Chris Harrison's Recent Interview Proves He's The Wrong Spokesperson For 'The Bachelor'

The longtime host of “The Bachelor” came out strong — against people who criticize racist behavior. → Read More

Can A Novel Capture How Badly The Internet Has Broken Our Brains?

Two new books, Lauren Oyler's "Fake Accounts" and Patricia Lockwood's "No One Is Talking About This," try make sense of our lives with social media. → Read More

‘Bridgerton’ Isn’t Bad Austen — It's An Entirely Different Genre

Critics and viewers have dinged the show for being a cliché-ridden period piece or a sloppy historical drama. But it's neither: It’s Regency romance, and it's spectacular. → Read More

The Best Books Of 2020

The 10 reads -- from Emily St. John Mandel, Raven Leilani, Marie-Helene Bertino and more -- that added joy, clarity and color to my year. → Read More

The Biggest Literary Scandals of 2020

From J.K. Rowling to Woody Allen, "American Dirt" to "My Dark Vanessa," this year's publishing controversies reflected an industry in crisis. → Read More

16 Hilariously Reliable Tropes You'll Find In These Made-For-TV Holiday Movies

Whether at a Christmas bakeoff or at a historic inn, we promise you these characters discover the magic of the holidays and live happily ever after. → Read More

2020 Was Wild. These Pop Culture Obsessions Got Us Through.

We baked. We binged. We bought all the things. An A-to-Z list of the distractions that sustained us in this roller coaster of a year. → Read More

Barack Obama's Memoir 'A Promised Land' Is Good, But Not Good Enough

The former president's hotly anticipated book is packed with detail, thoughtfully written, and an unsatisfying defense of his early presidency. → Read More

'Emily in Paris' Is As Boring and Basic As a Sponsored Instagram Story

Netflix’s new series aims for cosmopolitan fantasy but doesn’t quite hit the mark. → Read More

In Her New Novel, Marilynne Robinson Puts Segregation Center Stage

"Jack" is a romance between a lost soul and the woman who offers him a chance at redemption — if only the unforgiving eyes of the world could accept their love. → Read More

Elena Ferrante's New Novel Captures The Disillusionment Of Female Adolescence

In "The Lying Life of Adults," a teenage girl goes searching for someone to believe in. → Read More

Are Looters Undermining The Movement — Or Creating It?

Vicky Osterweil's "In Defense of Looting" makes the case that looting isn't a betrayal of protests for Black lives, but a vital aspect of the movement. → Read More

Can A Book Club Fight Racism?

White people are turning to anti-racist reading groups to make sense of this moment — and, they hope, to make change. → Read More

Joe Lieberman's Son Is Running For Senate. He Also Wrote A Book Filled With Racist Tropes.

The president of the Georgia NAACP called the novel disturbing, and said Matt Lieberman should drop out of the contest. → Read More

Who's To Blame For The Failure Of The Girlboss Dream?

Two novels, murder mystery "The Herd" and biting satire "Self Care," investigate the smoldering wreckage of the hope for a utopian feminist startup. → Read More

To Survive This Era, Writers Must Rejoin The Working Class

Jason Boog, author of "The Deep End," sees a template for writers and publishing workers today in the political activism of Great Depression writers. → Read More

James Bennet Can't Defend The New York Times' Tom Cotton Op-Ed

The paper's editorial page editor argues that publishing a senator's call for military suppression of protests is necessary for debate. That won't cut it. → Read More

How The Publishing World Is Staying Afloat During The Pandemic

Quarantine may be a golden opportunity to finally read "War and Peace" — but it's not an easy time for the book industry. → Read More