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Age: 29 Pronouns: She/her Neighborhood: Boerum Hill Most Likely To: Get an anxiety-induced bloody nose while trying to play it cool Favorite Quote: “Nobody can eat fifty eggs.” As a kid, Emma would clip all the cartoons from the New Yorker and keep them in a folder. Now, she's the first woman to run the Cartoon Department. (She also archived photos of Leonardo DiCaprio when she was younger, but that doesn’t relate to her job now as much.) Her Boerum...
Hua Hsu is best known, these days, for his writing in The New Yorker, telling universal stories of people like Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon and the late George Michael, but he’s also a wearer of quite a few different hats: as an associate professor of English at Vassar College, he loves to  help young writers learn and improve their crafts. He’s on the Board of Directors for the Asian American Writer’s Workshop. Away from...
A lot changed in 2016. Trump was elected; Vinson Cunningham became a staff writer at the New Yorker. But will his approach to writing change? “I hope it doesn’t,” he says. “I just want to get better at writing—at thinking hard and being honest. That's the only response to the times that makes sense to me.” (Snaps-n-claps!) Vinson writes about lots of stuff, but it loosely narrows down to Obama (Vinson worked in his...
Do you want to know how to write an award-winning term-paper? Or how to convince someone as thoroughly as possible of anything—an argument so void of gaps, so researched in its arguments, so simple yet thoroughly eviscerating and unsparing in its language—that your opponent is left speechless because, in fact, there is nothing (and certainly nothing more reasoned nor correct) left to to say? Then, friends, read The New Yorker's endorsement of Hillary Clinton...

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