Posts Tagged: Sex and the City

Playing Whack-a-Mole: Talking with Leslie Pietrzyk


Leslie Pietrzyk discusses her new novel, Silver Girl, writing a nonlinear narrative, and depicting female friendships in new ways. ...more

Concubines and Expat Husbands: Catching Up with Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan


Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan discusses her new novel, Sarong Party Girls, concubine culture, and the freedom of writing fiction after a career in journalism. ...more

The Last Book I Loved: Sheila Levine Is Dead and Living In New York


But when my loneliness feels as vast—and capable of drowning me—as the sea, this book about self-destruction comforts me more than any self-help. ...more

The Rumpus Interview with Isaac Oliver


Isaac Oliver, author of Intimacy Idiot, talks to us about Grindr, OkCupid, different forms of intimacy, and being single in NYC. ...more

Three Ways of Looking at Sex and the City


In this week’s New Yorker, TV critic Emily Nussbaum grapples with the cultural legacy of Sex and the City:

High-feminine instead of fetishistically masculine, glittery rather than gritty, and daring in its conception of character, “Sex and the City” was a brilliant and, in certain ways, radical show.