Reported Features and Profiles
"Tim Miller Can Find Almost Anyone. Can He Find His Daughter's Killer?" (The Guardian, June 2018).
"Mormons Want to Save the Republican Party's Soul. But Is It Too Late?" (The Guardian, Feb. 2018).
"An Evening with 'Deplorables': Inside the Far-Right Party in Manhattan" (The Guardian, Jan. 2018).
"Mark Lilla: The Liberal Who Counts More Enemies on the Left than the Right" (The Guardian, Dec. 2017).
"They Hate the US Government, and They're Multiplying: The Terrifying Rise of 'Sovereign Citizens'" (The Guardian, May 2017).
"Luzer Twersky Left Orthodox Judaism for Sex, Bacon, and Acting" (Bedford + Bowery, May 2017).
"The Long Tail of the Attica Prison Riot" (The Morning News, Feb. 2017).
"What the Left Gets Wrong About Jordan Peterson" (The Guardian, June 2018).
"Get On the Bus or Get Under It: Shouting Down Free Speech at Rutgers" (Quillette, Oct. 2017).
"What Makes a Serial Killer? A New Book Explores Why Some People Become Killers, and Others Don't" (The Guardian, Aug. 2018).
"'Angry White Men': The Sociologist Who Studied Trump's Base Before Trump" (The Guardian, Feb. 2017).
"$13 Million Synagogue Sale Threatened by Power Struggle of Biblical Proportions" (Bedford + Bowery, June 2017).
Reviews and Criticism
"Duane Michals Targets Trump in New Art Show, But Does He Hit the Mark?" (Bedford + Bowery, June 2017).
"‘Catholic Anarchist’ Dorothy Day Returns to the East Village Via an Art Show" (Bedford + Bowery, June 2017).
"Remembering Shiva Naipaul" (The New Criterion, Feb. 2016).
"Madame Nhu: Vietnam's Lady Macbeth" (Medium, June 2015).
"Sunless Sketches of a Sprawling City" (Maisonneuve, May 2014; illustration by Barry Blitt).
"The Writings of World War One" (The New Criterion, Feb. 2014).
"In Praise of Quixotism" (The New Criterion, July 2013).
Essays and Humor
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