Tag Archives: long reads


Long Reads: The Cruz missile, difficulties of space travel and the act of killing

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: When Penn met Chapo, the Rad head of Tinder and the political backers from Wall Street

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.

Long Reads: Disciplining Children, Prison Food and Spousal Murder.

  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

Long Reads: Loneliness, Refugees, Pro-Marriage

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