True Crime’s Deceits: The Genrefication of Tragedy
Despite the popularity of the true-crime genre, murder isn’t meant to be watchable....
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Gabriella Gage is a writer and journalist from Somerville, Massachusetts. A 2019 James Merrill House Fellow, she holds degrees from Harvard and McGill. Her work has been featured by The Boston Globe, Ploughshares, The Globe and Mail, and Longreads. Her website is gabriellagage.com.