Sophia Stewart thinks about the relationship between art and content through Bo Burnham’s twin specials, “Inside” and “The Inside Outtakes.”
Sophia Stewart reviews Annie Berke's new book on the creative lives of women writers in postwar television
Sophia Stewart on Stephen Sondheim, Georges Seurat, Sam Francis, and the recovered power of the muse.
Sophia Stewart reflects on Didion’s legacy as a serious writer and a style icon.
Sophia Stewart considers the epistolary collaboration of Etel Adnan and Lynn Marie Kirby.
Sophia Stewart reviews “Laura’s Ghost,” a feminist-ethnographic collection revisiting the gender politics of “Twin Peaks,” the series and the film.
Sophia Stewart samples the online offerings of California’s cultural institutions, which are working hard to keep art alive during the pandemic.
Sophia Stewart talks with movie poster illustrator and designer Akiko Stehrenberger about her work, her creative process, and her book “Akikomatic.”
Sophia Stewart dives into “The Crying Book” by Heather Christle.
Sophia Stewart considers parasocial relationships through the lens of poetry.
Sophia Stewart finds a lot to like in “I Like to Watch: Arguing My Way Through the TV Revolution” by Emily Nussbaum.