Callie Hitchcock is a writer and graduate of the NYU journalism master’s degree for Cultural Reporting and Criticism. She has published writing in The Believer, The New Republic, Los Angeles Review of Books, Real Life magazine, and elsewhere.
Imperfect Wisdom: On Rachel Aviv’s “Strangers To Ourselves”
Callie Hitchcock gets to know “Strangers to Ourselves: Unsettled Minds and the Stories That Make Us,” a new analysis of mental illness by Rachel Aviv....
Precarious Devotion: A Conversation with Ivanna Baranova
Callie Hitchcock speaks to Guatemalan-Slovak poet Ivanna Baranova, author of “Confirmation Bias,” now out from Metatron Press....
Cooking Outside the Lines: A Conversation with Alison Roman
A best-selling cookbook author discusses the problems with fad diets and the importance of eating well....
Blurry Feminism: On Jia Tolentino’s “Trick Mirror”
Callie Hitchcock reflects on “Trick Mirror: Reflections on Self-Delusion,” a collection of essays by Jia Tolentino....
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