The Global Comment editors are exploring longreads on girls who kill, the fate of Second Life, and McMansion culture.
This week Global Comment’s editors are enjoying thought-provoking profiles of people from all walks of life.
Global Comment’s editors are reading about women in gaming and journalism, undercover investigations, music, and what happens when you accidentally kill someone.
Global Comment’s editors are reading longform on new ways of dying, family histories, a life of crime, and much more.
Join Global Comment’s editors with good reads for the week, including investigative journalism on neonatal morality, a deep dive on the future of marriage, and more.
2016 is a year that couldn’t end soon enough for some—others, however, are trying to make sure it never does.
We’re reading all kinds of neat stuff this week, including stories on the natural burial movement, new updates from the Trump campaign, critical reading on Vietnam and the TPP, money laundering and foreign aid, and the outdated but still enforced sodomy laws in the US.
Why are television creators in the United States so terrified of the reaper?
Did I seriously just write the above headline? Heath Ledger was? He was? People die young all the time. There’s nothing new under the sun, and tragic death in one’s prime is no exception. In many ways Heath Ledger was (here’s that dreadful word again) no more special than, say, the people dying in Palestine …