Tuesday Reads from Around the Web
Stories from The Atlantic, The New Yorker, and Narratively
Today, were celebrating pub day for Watchlist, our collection of surveillance-themed stories. On Catapult, we asked contributors to this anthology to performand write aboutreal-life acts of surveillance. First up: Bryan Hurt and Carmen Maria Machado. We’ve also gathered a few of our favorite recent writings about privacy, surveillance, harassment, and what it feels like to be watched.
1. In On Homecomings,” Ta-Nehisi Coates admits his anxiety over his newfound celebrity and the Brooklyn home that he can never live in:
3. How is TMZ able to break news quicker than traditional publications? The New Yorker gets an inside look:
4. Over at Narratively, E.D. Adams experiences harassment after posting nude photos online: