Krista Stevens
I'm a runner, reader, writer, and editor.
  1. The people we met on the way

    At The people we met on the way, writer Toby Skinner profiles the fascinating, colorful characters that don’t make it in to the travel pieces he writes for a living.

    Photo Essay
  2. Storytelling With Food

    Love food photography? Let Meera — a self-taught photographer — teach you how to tell a story with food.

    Photo by Meera.
  3. Readers Respond: How Do You Say “I Love You?”

    Our readers tell us how they show their love.

  4. chloe caldwell

    The personal site of Chloe Caldwell, author of I’ll Tell You in Person, Legs Get Led Astray, and Women.

  5. Portrait of Aldous Huxley

    Watching Zack Ramey create a drip portrait of Aldous Huxley is a meditative experience.

    By Zack Ramey
  6. Time Person of the Year 2017: The Silence Breakers

    The Silence Breakers who spoke out against sexual assault and harassment are TIME’s Person of the Year 2017.

  7. “Is this how I slide the chair of your sturdy heart across a carpet of years and back beneath my table of regret?”

  8. Art
    By Margaret McCarthy Hunt
  9. Kite (B)

    Poet Rob Hindle delights in watching a kite: “Each morning we watched birds a mile up / drifting in the frail sky, small as balloons / let go from a fair, sunlit and miraculous.”

    Photo by PEHart
  10. Finding My Way into a New Form: An Interview with Teju Cole

    Teju Cole chats with Steve Paulson about the beauty of sentence fragments and his meditative approach to combining text and photography in his book, Blind Spot.

  11. Stuart McMillen Comics

    Australian artist Stuart McMillen draws long-form comics and cartoons on science, society, the environment, and ecological sustainability.

    Art by Stuart McMillen
  12. Art
    Photo by Andrew Boyle
  13. “These babushkas survived Stalin and the Nazis. . . . How can they be expected to fear something neither male nor foreign, that does not even have feral teeth, but whose only crime is that it breathes and disappears into the same air.”

  14. Scotiabank Giller Prize

    Founded in 1994, the Scotiabank Giller Prize recognizes excellence in long form and short form Canadian fiction. At $140,000, the Giller Prize is the largest literary prize in Cananda.

  15. “How can I trust the world to give my child a fair shot when mainstream publications . . . hit us with ‘trans-friendly’ fire?”