I didn't think we needed to talk to our kids so early about race. I was wrong.
In this issue: Elsa Collins writes about having The Talk about racism with her kids, Rachel Seville Tashjian's talks morning routines in the first installment of her beauty column "Middle Brow," Amy Lyons interviews California senator Hannah-Beth Jackson, Lena Dunham goes searching for the origins of Kewpie Dolls, and Christine Lennon writes a beautiful essay on how group therapy saved her.
Jane Austen Slept 'Til Eight
Our debut beauty column tackles the tyranny of the celebrity morning routine.
Taking it to the Beast
An interview with California state senator Hannah-Beth Jackson.
The Secret Life of Kewpies' Kreator
The best-selling doll came to illustrator Rose O'Neill in a dream.
The Tuesday Night Margarita Club
How group therapy helped me find myself as a mother and a writer.