On the road again: Sara Taylor on remaking the US road novel

The year I was born, my grandparents moved to Nova Scotia. The year my younger sister was born they moved to Florida. I’ve been assured that none of these events are related. We lived in Virginia, halfway between the two. Once a year or so my parents would load my brother and sister and I […]

Rowan Hisayo Buchanan: In Between Stations (Guernica Magazine)

Between Norwich and Colchester my phone sleeps signalless in my lap. In this half of the journey, I notice the way the light swoops over stretches of water and punches through twisted trees. The British love to complain about their trains, but I am grateful for the Abelio Greater East Anglia Norwich to London route. […]

Julia Gregson on Muhammad Ali

What was it like to hang out with Muhammad Ali for four days in the mid-1970s? And what did the Champ think about women? Julia Gregson interviewed Muhammad Ali when she was 28. She remembers the man – and some of his more controversial views. Read the full article here.