how stan culture has changed the critics' role
Lizzo's recent clap back at a Pitchfork journalist highlights the impact of social media and superfans on the way we judge music.
7 times I lived like I was in sex and the city
As the HBO rom-com-cum-generation-defining series enters its second decade, a millennial approaching her third looks back at how SATC has featured in her life.
discover the future of british DIY publishing
Paul Gorman talks us through Print, his new exhibition at Somerset House, dedicated to the independent British magazines changing the world.
a guide to being a freelance writer
Writer Harriet Verney puts pen to paper — or rather fingertip to keyboard — in a handy guide to making it in the crowded world of freelancing.
iconic critic cathy horyn calls for more divisive fashion journalism
The writer reminds us that 'good journalism is generally contentious.'
björk calls out the music journalism 'boys club'
"I have been hitting walls," the Icelandic legend admitted at the launch of her new virtual reality exhibition in Australia.
a reporter was told to cover up a “revealing” dress live on air
We predict an incoming front of sexist bullshit.
marlon and amy and the tragedy of celebrity
Documentaries on the life of Marlon Brando and Amy Winehouse prove few things are as bad for your mental health as being hounded by the celebrity yellow press.
5 iconic articles by ingrid sischy
She wrote that 1994 'Interview' story about an adorable young Leonardo DiCaprio (the issue with the lips on the cover), negotiated John Galliano’s first-ever sober interview, and this year, for her final piece, profiled 7-year-old Chanel model Hudson...
paris lees is more than a transgender rights activist, she’s the voice of a generation
Spunky and out-spoken, the British broadcaster and journalist is putting her heart and soul into making the world a more accepting place for everyone, because if your dreams don’t scare you, they aren’t big enough.
mykki blanco speaks out about becoming an investigative journalist
The musician tells i-D about her plan to leave the music world and document “homosexuality and gay culture in remote corners of the world.”