Need (and will!) get a better about posting. Here is a Reason piece from late August, about Argento, Laura Albert, Rose McGowan, Tony Bourdain, and the #MeToo climate du jour, which my editor smartly sub-heded, "A tale of fame, fallacy, and the perils of good intentions."
Few things I enjoy more than spending time with the brilliant/badass people from Reason, and super-stoked to have had the chance to podcast with Katherine Mangu-Ward, editor-in-chief of Reason Magazine, about “To the Bridge," the state of journalism, and why “the tit pic is not the problem.”
"Friends of Amanda, including college classmate Tiffany Gray, were forced in the aftermath to reconcile the vivacious young mother they had known with the woman who committed an act so monstrous as to be nearly inconceivable…”
"After work, I go to a Ukrainian bar in the East Village, where the drinks are served in small water glasses by an unsmiling Ukrainian bartender who looks as though he might enjoy smashing in the faces of his new scrawny art school customers." (From, “The Audience and the Camera.”)