What do you get when you combine Monica Lewinsky, the semen of a deceased spouse and the realities of divorce? You get this week’s Long Reads!
For this week’s Long Reads we spin tales of Prince’s complex legacy, a lawyer that protects asylum seekers, and the sad end of a genius.
Once more into the ‘reads dear friends. Be regaled by Aretha’s ‘Respect’, a death between conservatives and a very personal story.
Morning! Hot off the electric presses, Long Reads features the brains behind Trump, a summation of the Panama Papers and celeb club appearances.
And then, he riseth. But hopefully, you’re still in bed. Long Reads this week features the legacy of Baader-Meinhof, Friends for hire and ancient Benin.
The story of a Syrian refugee seeking an Olympic berth, the worst director of all time and the end of kidney dialysis. Welcome to Long Reads.
The strange celebrity of a pimple-popper, the history of perfume and the problems faced when doing the humane thing – all in this week’s Long Reads.
The inner-workings of Hollywood divorce, unmasking a fraud and international police misconduct all accompany your Sunday Breakfast Long Reads – Richard Jackson
An in-depth look into Making A Murderer, an autistic’s search for love and being public enemy number one, all in this week’s Long Reads | Richard Jackson
Richard Jackson is back with handful of long text to ease whatever happened last night, featuring a restaurant genius in Sydney and the dark side of the long con.
Stretch out for Long Reads Sunday as Richard Jackson exposes the forked tongue of Ted Cruz, kills for the sake of killing and explores the final frontier.
Long Reads highlights Sean Penn’s disappointment in his own article, the showy aesthetic of Tinder’s HQ and a Wall Street cash cow who has risked the farm.
In this week’s edition of Long Reads we have the heart warming story of a family without borders and a grand Olympic talent caught up in a web of conspiracy.
Long Reader Richard Jackson is back with a series of compelling articles that touch on a horrible recount of rape, discrimination of same-sex foster couples and the story behind One Hundred Years of Solitude.
Rich Jackson’s Long Reads examines the problems facing gun control in the US, Walmart’s crackdown on unions and an Obnoxious internet pest.
Richard Jackson’s Long Reads adds a new dimension to the theory that women aren’t meant to be funny, the drama behind a face transplant and the story of an escapee from the Westboro Baptist Church.
In this week’s Long Reads, Richard Jackson highlights the finer point of Obama & Netanyahu’s relationship, Hillary relationship with the Democratic supporter base and a man who was lost at sea (without a volleyball in sight).
This week, Long Reads grapples with the effects of PTSD, the moral compunction of US drone strikes and the return of Tricky Dick Nixon.
Richard Jackson’s Long Reads shed light on the murky history of conjugal visits, the world of canyoneering and Scientology’s battle against the net.
Restriction is the recurring theme in this week’s Long Reads featuring: Prison Food, Children and the Ex-Ex-Wife. What it’s like to actually eat the food in Oakland County Jail – Stephen Katz (Detroit Metro Times) It’s difficult to defend prisoners or have sympathy when they are in uncomfortable living situations, because we want…
A man’s self-imposed Exile into the wild, and an amazing refugee mystery features in this week’s Long Reads. Alone – Same Parker (Esquire) “What is human history, if not the story of man slowly becoming less alone?” Probably my favourite article that I have read in a while. I think a lot of us feel alone…
Slavery and the false veil of liberty, the brutal removal of short-lived liberty, a dig (read: SHOVE) at Hilary Clinton (apparently Rich Jackson ain’t a fan) and a lonely psychiatrist in Baghdad – interested? Read on…