Arts & Culture
The latest film seems to have forgotten one of the delights of dinosaur nerdery: imagining the world without humans.
Alissa Wilkinson imagines Maya Angelou hosting Hannah Arendt, Octavia Butler, Laurie Colwin, and others.
The poet, now in his eighties, asks profound questions in a dazzling array of poems.
“Hip-hop is layered prophetically, because you’re tying the past to the present.”
Mr. Malcolm’s List and Bridgerton offer flimsy historical fantasy. Fire Island goes deeper.
Philosopher and linguist Julia Kristeva asks but does not answer this question about the Russian novelist’s complex work.