Lenny Letter No. 46

You Don't Have to Die to Be Destroyed
Michele Mitchell, the director of The Uncondemned, on documenting the stories of women who testified about the Rwandan genocide.

In Lenny Letter No. 46: Gabrielle Rucker's essay on what happens when Sims stop getting polite and start getting real, Héloïse Chung reflects on the power of picking a new name, Deputy editor Laia Garcia interviews Lisa Mayock, the founder of Monogram, Jasmine Sanders meditates on miscarriage and the ambivalence of Toni Morrison's 'Beloved,' and an interview with Michele Mitchell​, the director of 'The Uncondemned.'

Relationships
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Laws of Another Universe
Exploring the pleasures and dangers of the Sims.
Life
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Hi, My Name Is Héloïse
On picking a new name and waiting to grow into it.
Style
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Getting Graphic
A conversation with Lisa Mayock, the founder of Monogram.
Culture
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On Toni Morrison's Beloved and Maternal Ambivalenc
A meditation on miscarriage and rediscovering a masterpiece.
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