Lowen Liu

Lowen Liu is Slate's copy chief and the editor of Dear Prudence.

Slate Picks
Aug. 8 2014 11:42 AMWhat Happened at Slate This Week?Copy chief Lowen Liu shares the stories that impressed and intrigued him.
Slate Plus
April 30 2014 11:04 AMThe Evolution of StyleCopy chief Lowen Liu explains the recent changes to Slate’s stylebook and why they matter.
Brow Beat
Oct. 10 2013 5:22 PMThe Five Alice Munro Stories You Should Read as Soon as You Can
Sports Nut
Sept. 3 2013 12:04 PMPlay On, RogerThe greatest tennis player of all time has become mortal. Now maybe we can finally appreciate him.
Brow Beat
July 12 2013 4:47 PMNothing Happening Is the Best Part of Baseball
Tv Club
June 4 2013 3:00 PMArrested Development, Season 4Is this the end of the Bluths? Maeby.
The XX Factor
May 10 2013 2:41 PMWhat to Get a Mother Who Has All the Flowers She Needs
Books
Feb. 1 2013 11:10 PMHow Fiction Doesn’t WorkDavid Shields continues his quest for a more perfect genre.
The Pivot
Oct. 23 2012 4:05 AMAll Hail the Nanny StateHow Michael Bloomberg, with his soda and cigarette bans, created a new social justice movement.
Culturebox
Sept. 10 2012 3:52 AMSetec AstronomyHow did a joke from Sneakers end up on the uniform of a real-life U.S. intelligence agency?
Weddings
June 18 2014 11:51 PMCan’t Decide Between a Live Wedding Band and a DJ?Easy: Pick neither.
Future Tense
April 9 2014 8:15 AMReply-All Email Chains Are Infuriating. Here’s How to Stop Them.
Brow Beat
Sept. 23 2013 2:07 PMIs Miley Cyrus Really “Punk”? A House Plant Explains.
Brow Beat
July 30 2013 11:11 AMWere Those Real Tears on The Bachelorette? Hell, Yes.
Brow Beat
June 19 2013 3:27 PMAlice Munro Says She Is Probably Done Writing
Tv Club
May 30 2013 9:55 AMArrested Development, Season 4Tobias gets served.
Brow Beat
April 30 2013 4:53 PMRichard Ford Brings Back Frank Bascombe, His Old House Ruined by Hurricane Sandy
Brow Beat
Jan. 11 2013 3:59 PMNew Monopoly Token Will Ruin Game, Possibly America
Culturebox
Sept. 10 2012 8:00 AMSearching for PlaytronicsA quixotic attempt to re-create my favorite scene from Sneakers.
The Hive
Feb. 14 2012 2:56 PMThe 10-Year Oscar Re-VoteLet the academy correct the errors of Oscars past, on live TV.

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