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Constance Grady

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Woodside, NY, United States

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Past articles by Constance:

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All the big new rom-coms star the same people they did 20 years ago

George Clooney and Julia Roberts are the stars of Ticket to Paradise. They’re not the only boldface names of the ’90s back in a mid-budget film. → Read More

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Cormac McCarthy’s two new novels are deliberately frustrating

The Passenger is out now, and Stella Maris is out in December. They’re McCarthy’s first new books since 2006. → Read More

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Let’s go down the rabbit hole of Taylor Swift conspiracy theories

The theories surrounding Taylor Swift’s forthcoming album, Midnights, explained. → Read More

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Lea Michele in Funny Girl: Yes, she is that good.

Lea Michele’s Funny Girl performance is good enough to make you forget the gossip. → Read More

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What are we supposed to do about Kanye now?

So your favorite rapper turned out to be a bigot, or: The art vs. the artist, Ye edition. → Read More

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Celeste Ng is back with a dark parable of America’s history of child removal

The author of Little Fires Everywhere’s new book, Our Missing Hearts, brings Cold War dystopia into the present. → Read More

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Who built Marilyn Monroe?

Marilyn Monroe was an artist. Her magnum opus was her own image. → Read More

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In Ducks, Kate Beaton of Hark! A Vagrant goes bleak and desolate

This graphic memoir delves into some of the world’s most plentiful — and destructive — oil mines. → Read More

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The queen’s funeral (plus what’s happening with the money and the corgis), explained

10 questions about the queen’s funeral, asked and answered. → Read More

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Nona the Ninth features dogs, lesbians, necromantic battles, increasing levels of Catholicism

Tamsyn Muir’s latest sequel to Gideon the Ninth brings a vital new urgency to the Locked Tomb series. → Read More

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The subtle power of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign

The longest-reigning monarch in British history maintained a "blank slate" onto which her subjects, fellow politicians, and the world could project. → Read More

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TV shows keep making the loser in a love triangle bi

Why shows like Never Have I Ever and Sex Ed keep throwing the Bisexual Safety Switch. → Read More

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Book publishers just spent 3 weeks in court arguing they have no idea what they’re doing

The Justice Department is suing to block Penguin Random House and Simon & Schuster’s proposed merger. The publishers’ defense hinged on their own incompetence. → Read More

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The new A League of Their Own TV show honors — and departs from — the original

The Amazon Prime version cut out the protagonist of the 1992 original movie. It’s the best choice it could have made. → Read More

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With I’m Glad My Mom Died, Jennette McCurdy lays bare the horrors of child acting

The former Nickelodeon star burns her bridges in her new memoir. → Read More

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Recreating The Simpsons in the post-apocalypse

Anne Washburn, the playwright behind Mr. Burns, explains herself: "It’s about the comfort of looking again." → Read More

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How Beyoncé turned herself into a pop god

From surprise albums to Beychella to "Break My Soul": Behind the singer’s 10-year journey to cultural dominance. → Read More

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One Good Thing: A food memoir about love, grief, and lockdown

In The Year of Miracles, Ella Risbridger cooks through the end of the world. → Read More

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The hollowness of Tom Cruise

How Tom Cruise went from superstar to laughingstock and back again. → Read More

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Netflix’s Persuasion is an absolute disaster

The new adaptation of the Jane Austen classic, starring Dakota Johnson, swings wildly from dour to dull. → Read More