The Best American Essays 2018 is out now, and plenty of the essays included in the book are available to read free online:
The March on Everywhere by Leslie Jamison – The ragged glory of female activism
Prospects for Survival by Noam Chomsky – In recent years, humans have constructed two huge sledgehammers poised to destroy us, with others waiting in the wings…
When Things Go Missing by Kathryn Schulz – Reflections on two seasons of loss
The Nationalist’s Delusion by Adam Serwer – Trump’s supporters backed a time-honored American political tradition, disavowing racism while promising to enact a broad agenda of discrimination
You Are the Product by John Lanchester – No human enterprise, no new technology or utility or service, has ever been adopted so widely so quickly…
Art Fight! by Adam Rogers – The pinkest pink versus the blackest black
Maybe the People Would Be the Times by Luc Sante – Remembering the 1970s New York City music scene, which we have to thank for everything
Behind the Cellar Door by John Seabrook – Learning how to drink, and how to stop.
The Trash Heap Has Spoken by Carmen Maria Machado – The power and danger of women who take up space
The Art at the End of the World by Heidi Julavits – A pilgrimage (with children) to see ‘‘Spiral Jetty,’’ Robert Smithson’s profound testament to catastrophe.
Eat, Memory by David Wong Louie – A life without food
To read all the other excellent selections, click here to buy the book
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