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this is volume 33

The Sunday Reader
Scientists and Terrorists, Teenage Anxiety, Basketball Charcuterie, Rolling Stone, Twisted Ice Cream + Eminem.
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NL Exclusive: Nowhere in Particular
We found and quickly became obsessed with @RoseBlacque's unique, prosaic storytelling and gorgeous photos on instagram. Here, we dive into the travels and mentality of a creative going... somewhere. 
  by Ian Leslie
 27 mins
The Scientists Persuading Terrorists to Spill Their Secrets
Expert interrogators know torture doesn’t work – but until now, nobody could prove it. By analyzing hundreds of top-secret interviews with terror suspects, two British scientists have revolutionized the art of extracting the truth.


  by A.A. Gill
 10 mins
Condos of the Living Dead 
Semi-Retro: An explosion of high-priced glass and steel condos is being marketed to New York's new rich. Inspecting multi-million dollar marvels of sterility, the author wonders how any real living could possibly take place inside any of them. 


  by David Ewing Duncan
 37 mins
Why Are More American Teenagers Than Ever Suffering from  Severe Anxiety
Parents, therapists and schools are struggling to figure out whether helping anxious teenagers means protecting them or pushing them to face their fears.


  by Nate Boyer 
 15 mins
The Charcuterie Board that Revolutionized Basketball
In the past three years, the Warriors have won two NBA titles with the most explosive offense in history. This is the inside tale of how it all began -- on a plate of appetizers.


  by Mike Sager
 9 mins
"Making It" at Rolling Stone
A first person account of the glory days as a writer at Rolling Stone Magazine - big budget longform writing, visits with Hunter S. Thompson... 


   by Ashley Powers
 18 mins
The Secret, Dark & Twisted Story Behind the Gifford Family's Ice Cream Empire
A memoir by the last surviving member of the DC-area ice cream dynasty says the real history of Gifford’s was more sinister than anyone knew. Can Andrew Gifford undo a city’s nostalgic love for his family’s name? 


  by Zadie Smith
 10 mins
The Zen of Eminem
The celebrated writer, Zadie... meets Shady. (From 2005).
 
Editor's Note: This week, we're truly excited to have worked with Erin Rose Belair on her photo essay, Nowhere in Particular. If you've never checked out the New Library Originals section of our website, we'd love for you to give it a gander. By some sort of media miracle, truly world-class photographers and writers have published a wide variety of works with us, and for that, we are thankful.  We hope you're enjoying your Sunday, and if you are yourself a creator and would like to work with us, let's chat.  
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