Vanessa Carlton Isn't Some Perfect Piano Pop-Song Girl
The singer-songwriter on her growth as an artist and woman after early success.
Dorothy Allison on Why Working-Class Literature Is the Strongest
The novelist and memoirist talks about growing up poor, her '70s lesbian feminist collective, and meeting her obligations.
Sheryl Crow Is a Sexual Being
The singer recaptures her youthful energy in her new album, Be Myself.
Plum Sykes Loves Dead Party Girls
The Bergdorf Blondes writer revisits her youth for her new novel, Party Girls Die in Pearls.
Write, Never Marry, and Other Love Advice from Simone de Beauvoir's Editor
An interview with acclaimed writer and editor Diana Athill shortly after her 99th birthday.
Anna Deavere Smith Is Bringing Black Lives Matter to the Stage
An interview with the actress and mass-incarceration activist.
Inside the World of Accessories Powerhouse Anya Hindmarch
"Fire yourself every night and come back the next day as your successor."
Jill Abramson Is a Pushy Broad
Lena Dunham talks to former New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson about getting fired, supporting young journalists, and the sign...
The Fight is Female
The women leading the charge against Trump.
The Woman Searching for a New Universe
An interview with planetary scientist Sara Seager.
The Law Professor Fighting for Rape Victims at Stanford and Beyond
An interview with Michele Dauber, who is trying to get the judge behind the Brock Turner case recalled.
The Lenny Interview: Joi McMillon
The Moonlight editor on #Oscarssowhite, how she discovered film editing, and how she got her start editing reality TV.
"Lifeline, bloodline, cut off. For what?"
An interview with Adrienne Hood about her son, Henry "Bub" Green V, who was killed by police in Columbus, Ohio.
The Lenny Interview: Pat Cleveland
The legendary supermodel on dancing down the runway, fighting racism in the fashion industry, and staying in the '70s.