Arts & Culture

Please Stop Sending Me the Oxford Comma Story

Copy editors have lives outside of punctuation—but also, I love commas

The Rising Tide of Educated Aliteracy

In the age of information overload, discussing books you haven’t read has become a badge of honour—and, for some, a profession

The Complicated Case of Pauline Johnson

The daughter of a Mohawk chief and an Englishwoman, Johnson championed Indigenous rights. But that may not have been the message her audiences took away