Things I never made.
What Caesar Told His Centurions: Lessons of Classical Leadership and Discipline for a Post-modern Military | Small Wars Journal
Why I Fixed Fights
Burkhard Bilger: The Dark and Dangerous World of Extreme Cavers : The New Yorker
Photo Essay: 10 Hours On A Bus With Newly Released Prisoners
The Culture of Shut Up
Thirty years ago, Dwight Gooden made his first start.
Paris Review - The Art of Fiction No. 69, Gabriel Garcia Marquez
The ‘Boys’ in the Bunkhouse
Harriet M. Welsch, Scout Finch, and How to Be a Good Bad American Girl : The New Yorker
Planning Ahead Can Make a Difference in the End
Is the Universe a Simulation?
To Express It Is To Explain It | Issue 100 | Philosophy Now
The Millions : The Rise of Jay Gatsby and the Fall of His Inventor: On Sarah Churchwell’s Careless People
How Iowa Flattened Literature