President Lyndon B. Johnson and Robert F. Kennedy Campaigning in New York, 1964; photo by Cecil W. Stoughton; Public Domain

Mr. Spock Was My First Crush

Mar 02, 2015

TW Tribute by Martha Nichols

The night before Leonard Nimoy died, I happened to be looking over images of Spock.

Screen Time, Memoir | Read More

Amazon, Where’s My Readfit?

Feb 16, 2015

TW Column by David Biddle​

I’d like to think I average at least 10,000 words a day on my Kindle when I’m using it, but right now, I have no idea how much I read.

Media Debate, Talking Indie | Read More

Free Speech: Who Gets to Decide?

Jan 28, 2015

TW Opinion by J.p. Lawrence

I’ve been tempted to think the typical upper middle-class white student seems overly fearful of healthy intellectual debate.

Media Debate, Book Reviews, Diversity | Read More

If Only They Had Listicles in Regency England

Jan 26, 2015

TW Column by Emily Toth

The first sentence of Pride and Prejudice works as a tweet, but not as flash.

Advice, Authors, Nothing but the Toth | Read More

What's a Flash Essay?

Jan 20, 2015

TW Column by Martha Nichols

There’s a whole lot of confusion about the difference between an essay and a personal narrative.

Media Debate, First Person | Read More