Here’s what we loved reading on the internet this week:
The Tamir Rice Story: How to Make a Police Shooting Disappear by Sean Flynn at GQ.
Why We’re Post-Fact by Peter Pomerantsev at Granta.
The Kardashian West-Swift Beef Says Nothing About Us, But it Says Everything About Them by Sarah MacDonald at Noisey.
The Way One Animals Trusts Another, a poem by Carl Phillips at poets.org.
Woven, by Lidia Yuknavitch at Guernica.
And Collapsar contributor Dillon Hawkins’ tribute to Sun Records and our Associate Editor James Brubaker at The RS500.
And in case you missed any, here’s what The Collapsar published this week:
Great Expectations: The Avalanches’ Wildflower, by Kevin O’Rourke