Here’s what we loved reading on this internet this week:
Morning-After Pill, by John Jeremiah Sullivan at The Paris Review.
We Can’t Stop Livin’: Listening to Marvin Gaye on the Morning After by Hanif Willis-Abdurraqib at MTV.com.
Cohen Dies, Trump Wins, and We Will Sing about these Dark Times, by Summer Brennan at LitHub.
Three Presidential Essays, by Colin Rafferty at Juked.
HURT MUSIC, a poem by Melissa Cundieff-Pexa at Four-Way Review.
And On Choice, an essay by Collapsar contributor Elisa Gabbert at The Smart Set.
And in case of you missed any, here’s what The Collapsar has published recently: