Weekly Reader May 23

by robinhardwick


The Case for Reparations [The Atlantic]

How Writing for the TV Show “Community” Cured Me [Medium]

How Scientology ensnares celebrities [Salon]

David Foster Wallace’s Commencement Speech Would Have Offended The Class Of 2014 [The Federalist]

So, We’re All OK With Michael Alig Being a Celebrity Again? [Flavorwire]

While Writing for ‘Orange Is the New Black,’ I Realized I Am Gay [PolicyMic]

I Have Been Trapped in This Campus Life Magazine for Five Years. [McSweeney’s]

Why Are We So Busy? [The New Yorker]

Spoiled Rotten [The New Republic]

Why I’m Not Excited For ‘The Normal Heart,’ and It Troubles Me To The Core That Many Are [IndieWire]

On Anti-Depressants [The Toast]