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How to Write Good Sex ScenesNew
by Mike Lacher (12/19/2014)

Snopes Investigates the Anderson Family’s Holiday LetterNew
by Allen Rein (12/19/2014)

@thereal_saintfrancis_: Peace on EarthNew
by Nick Farrell and Rachel Farrell (12/19/2014)

Product Review: The Invisible Backpack of White Privilege from L.L. BeanNew
by Joyce Miller (12/18/2014)

Monologue: Serial’s Sarah Koenig On Santa’s Alleged Hit-and-Run Murder of GrandmaNew
by Spencer Ham (12/18/2014)

List: The Do’s and Don’ts of Falling in LoveNew
by Dustin Mark (12/18/2014)

Leave Your Jeopardy! Anecdotes to MeNew
by Ravi Mangla (12/17/2014)

The Hidden Rich: Methinks Thou Dost Protest(ant) Too MuchNew
by Jane Dough (12/17/2014)

List: Three Site Specific Installations, Two and a Half Years Post BFANew
by Claire Hamilton (12/17/2014)

This Old House Erotic Fan Fiction
by Rebecca Scherm (12/16/2014)

Dispatches From a Guy Trying Unsuccessfully to Sell a Song in Nashville: Dispatch 41:
He Saw a Wolf
(The Catheter Song)

by Charlie Hopper (12/16/2014)

Norse History for Bostonians: The Prose Edda for Bostonians, Gylfaginning, Part XII
by Rowdy Geirsson (12/16/2014)

List: Best, Worst, or Only: Hanukkah Film Edition
by B.R. Cohen (12/16/2014)

The Lesser-Known Mambos of Lou Bega
by Andrew M. Howard (12/15/2014)

Field Notes from Gentrified Places: Staten Island
by Vinson Cunningham (12/15/2014)

Monologue: Lance Kilmartin, the Yankee Candle Company’s Lead Scent Architect, is Going Through a Rough Patch at Work
by M. Miller Davis (12/15/2014)

I Am an Artisanal Attorney
by John Frank Weaver (12/12/2014)

Your Prescribing Doctor: Dispatches from the Psycho-pharmaceutical Complex: I Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
by Rebekah Frumkin (12/12/2014)

Open Letters: An Open Letter to America from a Public School Teacher
by Michael Mau (12/12/2014)

The Rise and Fall and Rise of a Middle School—A Tragicomedy in Three Acts
by Kristin O’Keefe (12/11/2014)

Monologue: I Am a Police Officer Whose Use of Lethal Force is Perfectly Consistent
by C.L. Mah (12/11/2014)

My Own Private Shock Corridor: Blurt Happens: The Ten-Second Rule
by Bob Schneider (12/11/2014)

List: Other Things, In Addition to Love, Air Supply’s Muse Can Make Out of Basically Nothing at All
by Gary M. Almeter (12/11/2014)

This Police Department is Actually a TV Procedural Drama
by Jacob Harper (12/10/2014)

How to Find Love: Lessons from an Old Maid: Dating Advice for the Socially Awkward
by Connie Sun (12/10/2014)

Monologue: A Stay-at-Home Dad’s Promise to His Son
by David Blake Fischer (12/10/2014)

Dad, Can I Please Get Machine Gun Your Face 4 for Christmas?
by Stephen Statler (12/9/2014)

Not So Timeless After All: Wormwood, Matilda
by Ilana Masad (12/9/2014)

List: Thoroughly Modern Milton
by Walter Carson (12/9/2014)

A Tour of White, Mostly Male-Dominated Western Culture Through Limericks
by Caroline Hopkins (12/8/2014)

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