DAME sits down with U.S. historian Thomas Zimmer about the current state of American democracy—and where we can find hope.
In this in-depth interview, Andi Zeisler sits down with Claire Dederer, the author of the brilliant new book ‘Monsters,’ about the ethics of consuming art by people we have come to know as monstrous.
DAME talks with author A.M. Homes about her new prophetic novel and the white male existential crisis.
As we await the final nail in the 'Roe' coffin, Linda Villarosa, author of the groundbreaking 'Under the Skin,' talks with DAME about the horrifying history of sterilizing Black Americans—and the alarming rates of infant and maternal mortality that continue to this day.
The best-selling memoirist talks with DAME about the fascinating lives of her rumored-to-be "man-hating" Romanian-born, New York cousins who inspired her latest poignant work, 'The Legendary Morris Sisters.'
Black-Asian solidarity is essential to dismantling white supremacy—but the road to achieving true unity has been complex and muddled by white-created tropes that help maintain the status quo.
We spoke with one of our comic idols, ‘Baroness von Sketch Show’s’ Carolyn Taylor, to discuss the new season on IFC, and her gift for transforming the minutiae of our everyday middle-aged lives into something to laugh about.
The best-selling essayist of the 'Empathy Exams' talks with DAME about her deeply personal new literary memoir—a provocative meditation on addiction and recovery, and its impact on the creative process.
The 'Unscrewed' author talks with DAME about "fauxpowerment" and Hugh Hefner, the fate of Roe v. Wade, and the inevitability of the current brutal backlash.
DAME spoke with environmental crusader Etelle Higonnet, who discovered our love of cocoa is destroying our forests. Is there any way to reconcile our cravings with saving the planet?