Briallen Hopper

Briallen Hopper writes about pop culture, religion, politics, friends, family, and herself for New York MagazineLos Angeles Review of Books, the New Republic, the New InquiryAvidly, the Chronicle of Higher Education, and Killing the Buddha, among many others. Her essays have been cited or recommended by sources like The New York Times, The RumpusFlavorwireLongreads.com, and Slate. She has a PhD in American literature from Princeton and teaches writing at Yale.


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“Love,” “Family,” and Other Homonyms: A Conversation with Briallen Hopper


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