“When you’ve spent all your life smothering your contradictions, their eruption can undo you.”
On ‘The Big Sick,’ dating, arranged marriage, and the hard-to-break scripts we use when communicating about love.
“Unlike most popular orphan characters, I wasn’t too young to remember my parents.”
Masami Yoshizawa hauled his radiated cows down to Tokyo, demanding that his animals be studied.
“Women writers throughout history not only accepted transience through amorous affairs, but delighted in them.”