A History of Violence – A Conversation with Roxana Robinson

13 Jun, 2019
Roxana Robinson has written six novels and two short fiction collections—plus her widely acclaimed biography Georgia O’Keeffe: A Life. Her stories generally gravitate to privileged lives, to East Coast families with summer ...

Time to Care About Machines Displacing Workers

5 May, 2019
The environmental, social and governance movement is adding a “T” for technology. While at board meetings, Elaine Eisenman makes a point of having conversations with fellow directors about how to meet ...

American entrepreneurial powerhouse: Jean Case’s five principles for a transformational breakthrough

5 May, 2019
Why the business vanguard believes in fearless failure. Jean Case is a powerhouse. We’re talking at the Gramercy Tavern restaurant in New York over samples of Bordeaux-style varietals from Early Mountain ...

No, the Luxe Markets Were Not Immune to the Government Shutdown—Here’s Why

4 May, 2019
“The shutdown has been one of many factors bringing prices of luxury real estate down.” Read the Full Story on Robb Reports No, the Luxe Markets Were Not Immune to the ...

Kentaro Toyama on Why Technology Alone Won’t Change the World

29 Apr, 2019
The University of Michigan professor believes that to solve human problems, human skill is needed more urgently than ever before. Read the full article on Strategy Business

Is There a Place for Us Hipsters? A conversation with Andrew Martin

28 Apr, 2019
All eras considered, the first half of the 2010s was a carefree time to be a young writer living off the bourgeoisie grid. To become an underemployed artist was a brave ...

A Thousand Words With a Master Novelist – A conversation with Jane Smiley

28 Apr, 2019
Jane Smiley is famous for writing novels that are a product of her curiosity and exacting research rather than any particular inward-looking angst. I confess, there was a time when I ...

Do-it-Yourself Truths – A conversation with Kurt Andersen

28 Apr, 2019
Kurt Andersen lives in a Brooklyn brownstone, and from the window of the room he uses as an office, he has a view of late 19th century residences that have only ...

Collateral Damage in America – A conversation with Helen Benedict

28 Apr, 2019
Helen Benedict’s latest novel, Wolf Season (Bellevue Literary Press)–her seventh– cuts right into the current tenor of American culture, with characters who are haunted by the violence of war, including sexual violence, and ...

Ms. Ming’s Guide to Civilization

6 Apr, 2019
Born in a bleak outpost of Sichuan province, Ming finds an unexpected glimpse of the world beyond when she meets a talking monkey with golden eyes and supernatural abilities—the immortal Monkey ...