Spring 2023 Links

Nuclear and Environmental

Herman Kahn, On Thermonuclear War (1960).

Raymond Zhnog, “For Planet Earth, This Might Be the Start of a New Age.”

Nicholas Kristof, “Cheer Up! The World Is Better Off Than You Think.”

Rebecca Solnit, “What If Climate Change Meant Not Doom–But Abundance?”

Elizabeth Kolbert, “It’s Earth Day—and the News Isn’t Good.”

David Wallace-Wells, “Greta Thunberg: ‘The World Is Getting More Grim by the Day.'”

Mark O’Connell, “Our Way of Life Is Poisoning Us.”

Simon Schama, “Simon Schama on the Broken Relationship between Humans and Nature: ‘The Joke’s on Us. Things Are Amiss.'”

Resolute Reader, review of The New Age of Catastrophe, Alex Callinicos.

Laura Paddison, “So-called Doomsday Glacier Is ‘in Trouble,’ Scientists Say after Finding Surprising Formations under Ice Shelf.”

Christine Hauser, “After the Ohio Train Derailment: Evacuations, Toxic Chemicals and Water Worries.”

Jason Horowitz and Emma Bubola, “Venice Is Saved! Woe Is Venice.”

Terry Tempest Williams, “I Am Haunted by What I Have Seen at Great Salt Lake.”

Gabriel J. X. Dance, “The Real-World Costs of the Digital Race for Bitcoin.”

Nataile Koch, “Arizona Is in a Race to the Bottom of Its Water Wells, with Saudi Arabia’s Help.”

Alyssa Battistoni, “The Lithium Problem: An Interview with Thea Riofrancos.”

Jack Healy, “Skipped Showers, Paper Plates: An Arizona Suburb’s Water Is Cut Off.”

Adam Gabbatt, “Millions in US Northeast Brace for ‘Once-in-Generation’ Arctic Blast.”

Yan Zhuang, “Australians Scour Desert for Dangerous Radioactive Capsule Smaller Than a Penny.”

Maddie Hanna and Abraham Gutman, “Philly Residents Now Advised Tap Water Is Safe through Monday Night Following Chemical Spill, Officials Say.”

Lacy M. Johnson, “What Survives.”

Lisa Friedman, “How Biden Got From ‘No More Drilling’ to Backing a Huge Project in Alaska.”


Jon Mooallem, “What Happened to Us.”

Jason Gladstone, Nan Goodman, and Karim Mattar, eds., “Pandemic! COVID-19 and Literary Studies,” special issue, English Language Notes.

Politics and Economics

“Read the Jan. 6 Committee Report Executive Summary.”

Jason Farago, Sarah Kerr, Ainara Tiefenthäler, and Haley Willis, “A Culture in the Cross Hairs.”

Cory Doctorow, “Late Stage Capitalism Is Weird Capitalism.”

Natasha Lennard, “The Eternal Return of Fascism: A Conversation with Rob Riemen.”

A. O. Scott, “The Responsibility of Watching.”

Annie Lowrey, “The War on Poverty Is Over. Rich People Won.”

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, “I Have Never Been So Proud of My Fellow Nigerians.”

Elizabeth Warren, “Silicon Valley Bank Is Gone. We Know Who Is Responsible.”

Izzie Ramirze, “Your Stuff Is Actually Worse Now.”

Rupert Neale, “‘Tax Us Now’: Ultra-Rich Call on Governments to Introduce Wealth Taxes.”

Karl Mathiesen, “UN Boss to Davos: You’re the Problem.”

The Editorial Board of the New York Times, “Biden Can Close the Extrajudicial Prison at Guantánamo.”

Lydia Polgreen, “How Will History Remember Jan. 6?”

Peter Baker, “A President Faces Prosecution, and a Democracy Is Tested.”

The Editorial Board of the New York Times, “Even Donald Trump Should Be Held Accountable.”

Peggy Noonan, “The Wrong Indictment against Trump.”

Michael Fanone, “CNN Is Hosting a Town Hall for a Guy Who Tried to Get Me Killed.”

Frank Bruni, “Trump’s ‘Stupid,’ ‘Stupid’ Town Hall.”

Jeremy W. Peters, “Inside the Three Months That Could Cost Fox $1.6 Billion.”

Jeremy W. Peters and Katie Robertson, “Fox Will Pay $787.5 Million to Settle Defamation Suit.”

James Poniewozik, “Everybody Knows What Fox News Is Now.”

Michael D. Shear, “Biden Signs Bill to Protect Same-Sex Marriage Rights.”

“Document: Report on Trump’s Tax Returns.”

Jack Nicas and André Spigariol, “Bolsonaro Supporters Lay Siege to Brazil’s Capital.”

Isabela Dias, “Brazil Just Had Its January 6. It Wasn’t Hard to See It Coming.”

Peter Baker and Michael D. Shear, “Biden’s Surreal and Secretive Journey into a War Zone.”

Jordan S. Carroll, “QAnon, a Compensatory Fantasy for a Nation in Decline: On Robert Guffey’s Operation Mindfuck and Mia Bloom and Sophia Moskalenko’s Pastels and Pedophiles.”

Liza Featherstone, “2022 Was the Year Republicans Got Too Weird for America.”

Janai Nelson, “Ron DeSantis Wants to Erase Black History. Why?”

Jim Rutenberg, Ken Bensinger, and Steve Eder, “The ‘Red Wave’ Washout: How Skewed Polls Fed a False Election Narrative.”

Ed Pilkington, “How Adrian Fontes Plans to Protect Arizona’s Elections from ‘Maga Fascists.'”

Zeynep Tufekci, “The Shameful Open Secret behind Southwest’s Failure.”

Tripp Mickle, “Tech Layoffs Shock Young Workers. The Older People? Not So Much.”

Science, Technology, and Health

Adam Mastroianni, “The Rise and Fall of Peer Review.”

Tiffany May, “New Zealand Bans Cigarette Sales to Everyone Born after 2008.”

Holly Korbey, “Young Adults Are Struggling with Their Mental Health. Is More Childhood Independence the Answer?”

Will Stone, “I Usually Wake Up Just Ahead of My Alarm. What’s Up with That?”

Zeynep Tufekci, “An Even Deadlier Pandemic Could Soon Be Here.”

Kenneth Chang, “There’s a Ring around This Dwarf Planet. It Shouldn’t Be There.”

Holcomb B. Noble and Katie Hafner, “Gordon E. Moore, Intel Cofounder behind Moore’s Law, Dies at Ninety-Four.”

Tripp Mickle and Brian X. Chen, “At Apple, Rare Dissent Over a New Product: Interactive Goggles.”

Artificial Intelligence (ChatGPT)

Matthew Kirschenbaum, “Prepare for the Textpocalypse.”

Karin Wulf, “Textpocalypse: A Literary Scholar Eyes the ‘Grey Goo’ of AI.”

David Heckman, “Thoughts on the Textpocalypse.”

Ted Chiang, “ChatGPT Is a Blurry JPEG of the Web” and “Will AI Become the New McKinsey.”

Noam Chomsky, Ian Roberts, and Jeffrey Watumull, “Noam Chomsky: The False Promise of ChatGPT.”

David Golumbia, “ChatGPT Should Not Exist.”

Slavoj Žižek, “ChatGPT Says What Our Unconscious Radically Represses.”

A. O. Scott, “When the Movies Pictured AI, They Imagined the Wrong Disaster.”

Ezra Klein, “This Changes Everything.”

Meghan O’Geiblyn, “Babel.”

Cade Metz, “‘The Godfather of AI’ Leaves Google and Warns of Danger Ahead.”

David McCabe, “White House Pushes Tech CEOs to Limit Risks of AI.”

Jeffrey M. Binder, “The Artifice of AI: Why Machine-Generated Text Seems So Fake.”

Dwight Garner, “A Human Wrote This Book Review. AI Wrote the Book.”

Frank Pavich, “This Film Does Not Exist.”

Joe Coscarelli, “An AI Hit of Fake ‘Drake’ and ‘The Weeknd’ Rattles the Music World.”

Beth McMurtrie, “AI and the Future of Undergraduate Writing” and “ChatGPT Is Everywhere.”

Kalley Huang, “Alarmed by AI Chatbots, Universities Start Revamping How They Teach.”

Christoper Grobe, “Why I’m Not Scared of ChatGPT.”

Eva Surovell, “ChatGPT Has Everyone Freaking Out about Cheating. It’s Not the First Time.”

Owen Kichizo Terry, “I’m a Student. You Have No Idea How Much We’re Using ChatGPT.”

And Jacy Reese Anthis, “We Need an AI Rights Movement.”

T. S. Eliot’s “The Waste Land” at One Hundred

Ryan Ruby, “Dig It Up Again: A Century of ‘The Waste Land.'”

Matthew Walther, “Poetry Died One Hundred Years Ago This Month.”

Tyler Malone, “The Hearers to Collection: T. S. Eliot’s ‘The Waste Land.'”

Tyler Malone and Robert Eric Shoemaker, “Better Craftsmen, Not Gods.”

T. S. Eliot Society.


Hachette v. Internet Archive.

Jennifer Schuessler, “Thomas Pynchon, Famously Private, Sells His Archive.”

The Huntington, “The Huntington Acquires Thomas Pynchon Archive.”

Hilarie M. Sheets, “Illuminating Toni Morrison’s Manuscripts at Princeton.”

Robin Pogrebin and Graham Bowley, “After Seizures, the Met Sets a Plan to Scour Collections for Looted Art.”

Sam Jones, “‘Miracle Find’: Rare Don Quixote and Short Stories Could Sell for €900K.”

Kate Duffy, “Gen Zers Are Bookworms but Say They’re Shunning E-books because of Eye Strain, Digital Detoxing, and Their Love for Libraries.”

Nathan Heller, “BuzzFeed, Gawker, and the Casualties of the Traffic Wars.”

Alicia Parlapiano, Emily Badger, Claire Cain Miller, and Margot Sanger-Katz, “Readers Sent Us Pandemic Photos in 2020. Here’s How Their Lives Look Now.”

Jennifer Jenkins, “January 1, 2023 Is Public Domain Day: Works from 1927 Are Open to All!”

Calum Marsh, “Turning Sports Statistics into Riveting Cinema.”

Post45 Data Collective.

Johnny Diamon, “Some Guy Ranked All the Lit Journals You’ve Ever Heard of (and the Other Ones, Too).”

Brecht De Poortere, “Top One Thousand Literary Magazines.”

“Ask the MLA: How Do I Cite Generative AI in MLA Style?,” MLA Style Center.

Brooks Barnes, “Mickey’s Copyright Adventure: Early Disney Creation Will Soon Be Public Property.”

New Historical Express, “Radical Online Collections and Archives.”

Belladonna Chaplets (out-of-print chaplets available as digital downloads).

Nicole Karlis, “Astronomers Just Created a Massively Detailed Milky Way Map with 3.3 Billion Stars.”

“The Teenager Leading the Smartphone Liberation Movement,” First Person.

Ezra Klein, “How Barnes & Noble Came Back from Near Death.”

Daniel Kaplan, “NFL Announces Deal with Google’s YouTube for Sunday Ticket Package.”

Nate Jones, “An All But Definitive Guide to the Hollywood Nepo-Verse.”

Willy Staley, “What Was Twitter, Anyway?”

Nate Rogers, “Dril Is Everyone. More Specifically, He’s a Guy Named Paul.”

Matt Binder, “Dril and Other Twitter Power Users Begin Campaign to ‘Block the Blue’ Paid Checkmarks.”

Pamela Paul, “The Dramatic, Comic, Tragic, True-Life Story behind the Death of DVD.com.”

Joshua Doležal, “The Librarians Are Not OK.”

Matt Stevens and Brett Sokol, “Auctioneer Admits to Helping Create Fake Works Shown as Basquiats in Orlando.”

Natalie Welner, “You, Me, and UI.”

And Eli Grober, “Congratulations on Making It to 2023, the Final Year.”

Theory and Criticism

T. J. Clark, “On Mike Davis.”

Leah Feldman and Aamir R. Mufti, eds., “Crisis to Catastrophe: Lineages of the Global New Right,” special issue, boundary 2.

Rachel Greenwald Smith and Gordon Hunter, eds., “Democracy and the Novel in the US,” special issue, American Literary History.

Jodi Dean, “Feudalism by Design: On Quinn Slobodian’s Crack-Up Capitalism.”

Bruce Robbins, “John Guillory’s Nonalignment Pact” and “The Politics of Organic Intellectuals.”

John Guillory, “‘We Cannot All Be Edward Said.'”

Jennifer Schuessler, “What Is Literary Criticism For?”

Justin Sider, “Literary Criticism and Its Caricatures.”

Kieran Setiya, “The Politics of Disenchantment: On Wendy Brown’s Nihilistic Times.”

Ibram X. Kendi, “The Crisis of the Intellectuals.”

Morgan Meis, “The Philosopher Who Believes in Things.”

Anton Jager, “The American Experiment Has Just Begun.”

Katie Kadue, “The End of the Star System.”

Chris Fleming, “Why Did Slavoj Žižek Become So Popular?”

And A. O. Scott, “And Now Let’s Review . . .”

Literature and Culture

Ishmael Reed, “A New Flame for Black Fire.”

David Hering and Sarah Osment, eds., “David Berman,” Post45 Contemporaries.

Marjorie Perloff, “The Greeting Card as Poem: Frank Wilderson and the Refiguring of Genre.”

Dan Sinykin, “Fuck the Poetry Police: On the Index of Major Literary Prizes in the United States.”

Zadie Smith, “The Instrumentalist.”

Jeff Vandermeer, “Landscape, Change, and the Long Road Ahead.”

Merve Emre, “The Worlds of Italo Calvino.”

Andrew Lloyd Webber, “The Closing of Phantom, the Loss of My Son, and the Future of Broadway.”

M. Keith Booker, “History Is Hard to Decode: On Fifty Years of Thomas Pynchon’s Gravity’s Rainbow.”

Jonathan Russell Clark, Gravity’s Rainbow Finally Came True.”

Dwight Garner, “Charles Simic, Pulitzer-Winning Poet and US Laureate, Dies at Eighty-Four.”

Marisa Meltzer, “Vivienne Westwood, Eighty-One, Dies; Brought Provocative Punk Style to High Fashion.”

Guy Trebay, “Vivienne Westwood, a Lifetime of Looks.”

Michael Levenson and Neil Genzlinger, “Lance Reddick, Star of The Wire and John Wick, Dies at Sixty.”

Christian Lorentzen, “I Was There to Inflict Death,” review of The Passenger and Stella Maris, by Cormac McCarthy.

Peggy Ellsberg, “No Prayer for Such a Thing: On Cormac McCarthy’s The Passenger.”

Nicolás Medina Mora, “Subterranean Treasures: On Cormac McCarthy’s Late Style.”

Erik Baker, “Reenchanted Science: How Did Cormac McCarthy Become a Shill for Libertarian Utopianism?”

Kristin Grogan, “Tight Wires: On Sandra Simond’s Assia.”

Kevin Birmingham, “The Marquis de Sade’s Filthy, Pricey Forty-Foot Scroll of Depravity.”

John Galbraith Simmons, “A Tale of Literary and Financial Debauchery: On Joel Warner’s The Curse of the Marquis de Sade.”

Manohla Dargis, The Super 8 Years Review: Annie Ernaux’s Celluloid Memories.”

Katy Waldman, “Jorie Grahm Takes the Long View.”

Hamilton Cain, “A New Novel Confronts the Scale and Gravity of Climate Change.”

Roberta Smith, “Gerhard Richter Rides Again.”

Paul Thompson, “Spring Break Forever.”

Elle Nash, “The Return of Bret Easton Ellis” (an interview).

Rebecca Mead, “The End of Succession Is Near.”

Chanté Joseph, Succession: Why Do We Love Watching the Super-Rich?”

Austin Considine, “How Brian Cox Felt About That Big Episode 3 Twist in Succession.”

Eric Sullivan, “Kieran Culkin Bares (a Lot of) His Soul.”

Michelle Goldberg, The Last of Us Is a Very Conservative Show. Really.”

A. M. Gittlitz, “Toxic Streaming Event: On Noah Baumbach’s White Noise.”

The Untranslated, review of The Sorias (Las Sorias), by Alberto Laiseca.

J. D. Connor, “Going Klear: A Glass Onion Franchise in the Wild.”

Jorge Cotte, “Yacht, Rocks: On HBO’s The White Lotus and Picturesque Dread.”

J. D. Connor, “The Algorithmic Hustle: Surplus Comedy and Hollywood Specwork.”

Austin Considine, “In City on Fire, the New York of the Early 2000s Burns Bright.”

Anna-Lisa Cohen, “I’m Going to Spoil Your Favorite TV Show.”

Ian Penman, “Brussels Pout.”

Derrick Bryson Taylor, “Roald Dahl’s Books Are Rewritten to Cut Potentially Offensive Language.”

Elisa Gabbert, “As Wallace Stevens Once Put It: Hi!”

“Brian Glavey on Frank O’Hara (‘Having a Coke with You’),” Close Readings.

Rubén Gallo, “‘You Don’t Know About Nobel Prize Winners.'”

Dana Spiotta, “What a 1985 Novel Can Tell Us about Life in the 2020s: Almost Everything.”

Jimin Kang, “To Let an Author Die: Remembering Sylvia Plath, Sixty Years On.”

Emily Berry, “‘Her Writing Became a Catalyst for My Own’: The Power of Sylvia Plath.”

Sam Anderson, “Spirited Away to Miyazaki Land.”

Katie Cunningham, “Mumbling Actors, Bad Speakers or Lazy Listeners? Why Everyone Is Watching TV with Subtitles On.”

Amanda Holpuch, “Art Fair Visitor Breaks a Jeff Koons Balloon Dog Sculpture.”

Pamela Paul, “The Long Shadow of American Dirt.”

Cynthia Littleton, “Charlie Kaufman Makes Fiery WGA Awards Speech: ‘We Are Trained to Believe What We Do Is Secondary to What They Do.'”

Will Waltz, “Notes on Dhalgren.”

And Eve Vergara, “Experts Found Chilean Poet Pablo Neruda Was Poisoned, Nephew Says.”

Nonfiction, Poetry, Fiction, and Creative Writing

Becky Tuch, Showcase Magazine, Ephemera, C & R Press, Steel Toe Books, Fjords Review, PANK Magazine, American Poetry Journal . . . Oh My?”

McKenzie Wark, “Raving: Second Chances on the Dancefloor.”

LARB AV, “McKenzie Wark’s Raving.”

Sheila Liming, “Partying Feels Different Now.”

Maggie Lange, “The Case for Chilling.”

“Contributors Shena McAuliffe and Tessa Yang’s Dual Interview.”

Nikki Wallschlaeger, “Poem: Lost in America.”

Lewis Freedman, “Poem: I Want Something Other than Time.”

Sofia Escobar, “The Poetics of Being,” “And Who Prayed for Satan?,” “Los Días de La Semana,” “Mother Wound,” and “Honey River.”

Stephen Marche, “A Writer’s Lament: The Better You Write, the More You Will Fail.”

Amil Niazi, “The Mindfuck of Midlife.”

Sheila Heti, “Hello, World! Part Four: George Dorn.”

Sandra Simonds, “Writer’s Notebook–Cassandra Data (43.4).”

Diana Hamilton, “Visiting a Place Where Poetry Is Vibrantly Alive.”

Zachary Woolfe, “After Playing, Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow.”

Video Games

Ian Bogost, “Television Is Better without Video Games.”

Noam Scheiber, “Video Game Workers Get a Union Foothold at Microsoft.”

Zachary Small and Rumsey Taylor, “How The Legend of Zelda Changed the Game.”

Alexander Ross, “How Counter-Strike Helped Shape the Future of Digital Capitalism.”


Matthew Ismael Ruiz, review of The Mars Volta, by The Mars Volta.

Jo Stewart, “Sailing into the Void: Godspeed You! Black Emperor’s ‘Storm.'”

Roxana Hadadi, “Nicholas Britell Made Andor Sound Nothing Like Star Wars.”

Javier C. Hernández, “Yuja Wang, Daredevil Pianist, Takes on a Musical Everest.”

Rhiannon Walker, “Super Bowl Halftime Shows Ranked: How Rihanna’s Performance Compares to Beyoncé and Prince.”


“Coronation Comlete! Lionel Messi Claims His Crown as Argentina Rejoices.”

Jody Rosen, “The Genius of Lionel Messi Just Walking Around.”

Lawrie Mifflin, “Pelé, the Global Face of Soccer, Dies at 82.”

Richard Sandomir and Daniel Victor, “Franco Harris, Steeler Who Caught ‘Immaculate Reception,’ Dies at Seventy-Two.”

Gina Kolata, “Damar Hamlin’s Cardiac Arrest: What We Know and Don’t Know.”

Kurt Streeter, “We’re All Complicit in the NFL’s Violent Spectacle.”

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, “What I Think about LeBron Breaking my NBA Scoring Record.”

Sopan Deb, “Nothing Is Bigger Than Stephen Curry vs. LeBron James” and “The Story of LeBron James’s 38,390 Points, by Those Who Were There.”

Joseph Darda, “Dunk Days: On Theresa Runstedtler’s Black Ball.”

Matthew Futterman, “Will This Device Protect Athletes’ Brains, or Only Make Them Think It Does?”

Bruce Schoenfeld, “Student. Athlete. Mogul?”

Jayson Stark, “MLB in 2023: Nine Numbers That Will Define a Transformative Season with New Rules.”

Steve Kettmann, “Major League Baseball Has Unleashed a Faster, Freer Version of Itself. You’ll Need to Pay Attention.”

The Athletic Staff, “Mat Ishbia, Billionaire Mortgage Lender, Purchasing Majority Ownership of Suns, Mercury.”

And “Nets Trading Kevin Durant to Suns in Blockbuster Deal: Sources.”

Humanities and Higher Education

Nathan Heller, “The End of the English Major.”

Sarah Blackwood, “Letter from an English Department on the Brink.”

Len Gutkin, “The End of the English Major—or Is It?”

Angela B. Fulk, “‘Is This Armageddon?'”

Lee Gardner, “When It Comes to College Closures, the Sky Is Never Going to Fall.”

Jody Greene, “The L Word.”

Kate Marijolovic, “Work Stoppages Increased Last Year. Higher Ed Played a Key Role.”

Johann N. Neem, “Revenge of the Poorly Educated: On Will Bunch’s After the Ivory Tower Falls.”

Paula Marantz Cohen, “The Lost Art of Academic Conversation.”

Pamela Paul, “How to Get Kids to Hate English.”

Jacob Bruggeman, “Down and Out at the AHA.”

Matt Seybold, “Jason Wingard’s EdTech Griftopia.”

Francie Diep, “‘Never Seen Anything Like It’: New Bill Would Write DeSantis’s Higher-Ed Vision Into Law.”

Scott Carlson, “The Backlog That Could Threaten Higher Ed’s Viability.”

François Furstenberg, “Higher Ed’s Grim, Soulless, Ed-Techified Future.”

The Norton Survey of English Majors: A Student Perspective.

Julian Roberts-Grmela, “As Students’ Mental-Health Concerns Grow, One University’s Professors Say They Should Get a Raise.”

Beth McMurtrie, “Teaching in an Age of ‘Militant Apathy.'”

Leonard Cassuto, “Why Is There No Training on How to Teach Graduate Students?”

Michael Meranze, “The Function of the University at the Present Time: On Julia Schleck’s Dirty Knowledge.”

Joshua Doležal, “Against Higher Ed’s Happy Talk.”

Anemona Hartocollis, “A Sign That Tuition Is Too High: Some Colleges Are Slashing It in Half.”

Gayle Greene, “The Terrible Tedium of ‘Learning Outcomes.'”

Joshua Doležal, “Younger Faculty Are Leaning Out. Is That a Bad Thing?”

Kevin Dettmar, “Ask the Chair: ‘Can I Use the Position to Escape My Institution?'”

And Ryan Weber, “Greeting Cards for Newly Tenured Professors.”


Jessica Winter, “The Harsh Realm of ‘Gentle Parenting.'”

Ellis Rosen, “Bluey’s Dad Thinks He’s So Great.”

Nina Li Coomes, “A New Look at Frog and Toad.”


“Sofia Escobar Earns Top Poetry Prize, Will Present at National Convention.”


Annette Vee, “ChatGPT Writes Answers: Comments at the Pitt Faculty Senate Plenary on April 4, 2023 and in Honor of Dave Bartholomae.”

Flashing back to 2012: Kate Hidalgo Bellows, “‘Everybody Is on Pins and Needles’: Colleges Are Assailed with Hoax Calls about Active Shooters.”


Rick Wiley, “Catalina Foothills Band to March in 2023 Rose Parade.”

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