Dan Kois Dan Kois

Dan Kois is Slate's culture editor and a contributing writer to the New York Times Magazine.

Books
Aug. 6 2013 5:15 AMMass-Market MarathonThe book Vonnegut called “The truest and funniest sex novel any American will ever write.”
Books
Aug. 5 2013 8:15 AMMass-Market MarathonThe magic of Xanth, and of books you can read on the beach.
Brow Beat
July 29 2013 2:17 PMYou Should Be Listening to Superchunk. Start Here.
Books
July 12 2013 9:20 AMFire!!The most inventively-made comic of the year is set on all 10 floors of a burning building.
The Slatest
June 19 2013 5:29 PMOf Course Tamerlan Tsarnaev Is on Slate’s List of People Killed With Guns
The XX Factor
June 14 2013 1:35 PMBring on the Daddy Wars
Tv Club
June 3 2013 1:32 AMGame of Thrones, Season 3We're witnessing the destruction of one of the great families of Westeros.   
Books
May 3 2013 10:00 AMLisa Hanawalt’s Dirty Dumb IdeasThe weirdest, funniest comic of the year.
DoubleX Gabfest
April 18 2013 2:19 PMDoubleX Gabfest: The Fapstronaut EditionListen to Slate's show about the Philadelphia “house of horrors” abortion story, the movement of men who want to stop masturbating, and the crisis of American child care.
The Audio Book Club
April 12 2013 12:45 PMThe Audio Book Club on Going ClearOur critics take on Lawrence Wright’s epic investigation into Scientology and Hollywood.
Books
April 5 2013 9:30 AMLittle Girl, Big CityA vibrant and whimsical all-ages adventure from an ambitious new cartoonist.
Tv Club
April 1 2013 10:45 PMTop of the LakeWait, did Detective Sergeant Faramir just roofie Robin?
Brow Beat
March 20 2013 4:44 PMStop Making Fun of WaPo’s Blogger Job and Start Applying for It
DoubleX Gabfest
March 7 2013 2:20 PMDoubleX Gabfest: The Join My Consciousness-Raising Group EditionListen to Slate’s show about Sheryl Sandberg's new book, Lean In; a harrowing photo essay on domestic violence; and female journalists sleeping with their sources.
The Audio Book Club
March 1 2013 4:00 AMThe Audio Book Club on ArcadiaOur critics take on Lauren Groff’s novel about a 1970s commune and its aftermath.
Books
Aug. 5 2013 12:15 PMMass-Market MarathonRevisiting John Gardner’s Grendel, the first book that blew my mind.
Books
Aug. 5 2013 5:32 AMMass-Market MarathonOne week at the beach, 23 pocket paperbacks.
Brow Beat
July 26 2013 9:49 AMSpoiler Special: The To Do List
The Audio Book Club
July 12 2013 7:15 AMThe Audio Book Club on The InterestingsOur critics discuss Meg Wolitzer’s novel about six childhood friends whose lives intersect over the years.
The Audio Book Club
June 19 2013 10:01 AMThe Audio Book Club on Tenth of December Our critics discuss George Saunders’ book of short stories.
Books
June 7 2013 7:30 AM“Stop, Younger Version of Me!”Jess Fink’s time travel memoir We Can Fix It!
DoubleX Gabfest
May 16 2013 11:08 AMDoubleX Gabfest: The Healed by Love EditionListen to Slate’s show about rape jokes, the rehabilitation of cad politicians Anthony Weiner and Mark Sanford, and a new article on the biology of loneliness.
Brow Beat
April 22 2013 4:09 PMThis Is All I Have to Say About Futurama’s Cancellation
Tv Club
April 15 2013 10:45 PMTop of the LakeRobin discovers the terrible secret(s) of Laketop in the series finale.
Tv Club
April 9 2013 12:09 AMTop of the LakeGJ is like Hunter S. Thompson mixed with Sappho.
Movies
April 4 2013 4:57 PMRoger Ebert in SlateA movie lover’s contributions to Slate’s movie coverage.
Tv Club
March 25 2013 10:45 PMTop of the LakeWhat was up with Mitcham and Anita's awful trip?
Brow Beat
March 20 2013 2:48 PMWere You Recently Blinded by a Bear and Need to Learn to Live and Love Again?
Books
March 1 2013 7:40 AMFarewell to PattiA touching and beautiful goodbye, in watercolor, from a husband to his wife.
Movies
Feb. 25 2013 4:52 PMLet's Talk OscarsLeave Anne Hathaway alone, Internet.

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