As “Persepolis” turns 20, Marjane Satrapi is still fighting censorship, from the right and the left: “The fanaticism of the liberal is not much better than the other fanaticism.”
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The experience of visiting them doesn’t quite stack up. In fact, it’s outright abysmal.
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As a Pulitzer-nominated novelist, Hernan Diaz knows how national narratives can bring us together. And how they can also deceive us.
The landscapes of Banff National Park are about as stunning as they come, but good luck experiencing them without overcrowding.
Pulitzer finalist Chloe Cooper Jones wants you to see the value and beauty in a disabled life. Especially the beauty.
The Pulitzer-prize-winning novelist talked to The Daily Beast about her latest novel, technology, mental illness, and why she is not a post-modern novelist.
Forgery and art fraud goes back to the Renaissance, but now artists like Joyce Lee are being forced to protect their work against those stealing it to make NFTs.
Forget the caricatures. If you take care, Mexico is the perfect place for a road trip—just be prepared for a tedious wait at the border coming back.