Long weird essays

On Phillip Roth, Juicy Couture, and the Jewish American Princess (Vox); on my very first sip of Coca-Cola (Eater); on nudists (Racked); on waiting in line (Racked)

Kind of normal reported features

On A.S.M.R. (New York Times Magazine); on millennials watching cat videos for pay (New York Times Magazine); on viral meme-turned-rapper Bhad Bhabie (New York Times Magazine); on #influencers (WIRED); on private security for the rich but not famous (TOPIC)

Music & Celebs

On Juice WRLD, hip-hop, and emo (New York Times Magazine); on viral meme-turned-rapper Bhad Bhabie (New York Times Magazine); on Cardi B (New York Times Magazine); on noted teen eccentric Lil Yachty (New York Times Magazine); on Fetty Wap (New York Times Magazine); on #influencers (WIRED)

Tech???

On making your smartphone dumber (GQ); on new technology for queers seeking queers (New York Times Styles); on amateur dermatology (New Yorker, online); On A.S.M.R. (New York Times Magazine); on slime (New Yorker, online); on the penis on page 602 of the 1975 Fall/Winter Sears catalog (Medium's The Message); on viral meme-turned-rapper Bhad Bhabie (New York Times Magazine); on #influencers (WIRED)

Consciousness (?)

On A.S.M.R. (New York Times Magazine); on the parallel holes of Instagram and depression (Medium); on Narcan (The Outline); on plugging your ears with foam (New York Times Magazine); on God (The Awl)

Leisure

On national parks (The New York Times Magazine); on nudists (Racked); on boating with boomers through the Okeechobee Canal (New York Times Magazine)

People doing their jobs

On free snacks at work (New York Times Styles); on private security for the rich but not famous (TOPIC); on professional wedding proposal planners (New York Times Magazine); on hand-painted advertisements (New York Times Styles); on oyster farming (Saveur); on marble carving (No Man's Land, print only); on millennials watching cat videos for pay (New York Times Magazine); on dealing drugs in self-driving cars (New York Times Magazine)

Food

On hoarding empty yogurt containers (Lucky Peach); on fourth-wave coffee (The Hairpin); on my very first sip of Coca-Cola (Eater); on free snacks at work (New York Times Styles); on oyster farming (Saveur)

“Late Capitalism”

On A.S.M.R. (New York Times Magazine); on scented candles and self-actualization (NY Mag); on waiting in line (Racked); on viral meme-turned-rapper Bhad Bhabie (New York Times Magazine); on #influencers (WIRED); on the penis on page 602 of the 1975 Fall/Winter Sears catalog (Medium's The Message); on the parallel holes of Instagram and depression (Medium); on the Overwatch League Grand Finals (Thrillist); on treadmill running in virtual reality (Outside); on millennials watching cat videos for pay (New York Times Magazine); on free snacks at work (New York Times Styles); on private security for the rich but not famous (TOPIC); on hand-painted advertisements (New York Times Styles)

Nature & Cities

On the California Superbloom (New Yorker); on national parks (The New York Times Magazine); on visiting the world's largest drugstore (Vice); on America's most beautiful freeway interchange (No Man's Land, print only); on bus fiends (New Yorker, online)

Sports

On squats (New Yorker); on the Overwatch League Grand Finals (Thrillist); on treadmill running in virtual reality (Outside); on sweating (NY Mag)

Clothes

On polar fleece (SSENSE); on the Balenciaga Triple S sneaker (SSENSE); on optimizing your flesh prison (The Awl); on becoming a hat person (NY Mag)

“The Arts”

On translating SpongeBob SquarePants to Broadway (The Outline); ;  ; on SUPERFOODS (New York Times Magazine); on Barbara Kruger, hypebeasts, and Supreme (New Yorker, online); on hand-painted advertisements (New York Times Styles)

“Humor”

On becoming a hat person (NY Mag); on fourth-wave coffee (The Hairpin); on extreme self care for modern ladies (Vice); on revenge for millennials (The Awl)

Sex & Love

On assplay (Gawker); on professional wedding proposal planners (New York Times Magazine); on new technology for queers seeking queers (New York Times Styles)