Max Linsky

Max Linsky is a founding editor of Longform.org.

Longform
Aug. 27 2011 7:46 AMThe Longform.org Guide to Man and BeastSquid hunts, pet chimps, and E.B. White's dead pig—five fascinating stories about human-animal relations.
Longform
Aug. 13 2011 7:11 AMThe Longform.org Guide to QuarterbacksFrom pre-draft jitters to post-retirement bliss, five glimpses into the minds of NFL QB's.
Longform
July 16 2011 8:11 AMThe Longform.org Guide to CastawaysPerfect storms, wicked riptides, and drunken dares: six epic tales of tragedy and survival on the open seas.
Longform
July 2 2011 6:49 AMThe Longform.org Guide to WeedGreat stories about how marijuana is grown, bought, sold, smuggled, and smoked.
Longform
June 11 2011 7:53 AMThe Longform.org Guide to the Porn IndustryFrom the inspiration for Boogie Nights to the twisted psyche of a professional porn reviewer, five great reads about the business of smut.
Longform
May 28 2011 7:52 AMThe Longform.org Guide to Bank HeistsFive epic tales of elaborate schemes, desperate ploys, and lots and lots of cash.
Longform
Aug. 20 2011 7:11 AMThe Longform.org Guide to the 2012 GOP FieldFrom Bachmann to Huntsman, Paul to Perry, one great read about each Republican candidate for president.
Longform
Aug. 6 2011 6:47 AMThe Longform.org Guide to SiblingsFive exceptional stories about bizarrely close brothers and sisters.
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July 9 2011 7:52 AMThe Longform.org Guide to the MallFive great stories about how malls revolutionized the way Americans shop, snack, and flirt.
Longform
June 25 2011 7:06 AMThe Longform.org Guide to FugitivesFrom Whitey Bulger to the Barefoot Bandit, six amazing stories about life on the lam.
Longform
June 4 2011 7:41 AMThe Longform.org Guide to DetroitFrom the World War II boom to "ruin porn," five odes to the Motor City.
Brains!
April 25 2007 7:25 AMBrain-Gym ShowdownCan a Slate reporter hold his own at the local neurobics club?

TODAY IN SLATE

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The World

Iran and the U.S. Are Allies

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Sports Nut

Giving Up on Goodell

How the NFL lost the trust of its most loyal reporters.

Chief Justice John Roberts Says $1,000 Can’t Buy Influence in Congress. Looks Like He’s Wrong.

Farewell! Emily Bazelon on What She Will Miss About Slate.

  News & Politics
Politics
Sept. 16 2014 2:11 PM Spare the Rod What Charles Barkley gets wrong about corporal punishment and black culture.
  Business
Moneybox
Sept. 16 2014 2:35 PM Germany’s Nationwide Ban on Uber Lasted All of Two Weeks
  Life
The Eye
Sept. 16 2014 12:20 PM These Outdoor Cat Shelters Have More Style Than the Average Home
  Double X
The XX Factor
Sept. 15 2014 3:31 PM My Year As an Abortion Doula
  Slate Plus
Slate Plus Video
Sept. 16 2014 2:06 PM A Farewell From Emily Bazelon The former senior editor talks about her very first Slate pitch and says goodbye to the magazine.
  Arts
Brow Beat
Sept. 16 2014 1:27 PM The Veronica Mars Spinoff Is Just Amusing Enough to Keep Me Watching
  Technology
Future Tense
Sept. 16 2014 1:48 PM Why We Need a Federal Robotics Commission
  Health & Science
Science
Sept. 16 2014 1:39 PM The Case of the Missing Cerebellum How did a Chinese woman live 24 years missing part of her brain?
  Sports
Sports Nut
Sept. 15 2014 9:05 PM Giving Up on Goodell How the NFL lost the trust of its most loyal reporters.