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?
Our parenting columnist sits down with the 17-year-old author of 'Earth Hates Me' and learns why some girls recoil at the word "feminist" while still embracing its principles.
The renowned Putin biographer is our most sought-after expert in the Trump era. Her latest, 'The Future Is History,' reveals how easily democracy can devolve into autocracy.
On the third anniversary of Mike Brown’s murder, one of the two directors of this stellar doc talks about the uprising and the duty to love and support one another in the ongoing fight for freedom.
We discuss with Amy Siskind—the activist-writer who's been steadily documenting each not-normal act since the election—the dangerous incompetence of No. 45, and the power of resistance.
DAME talks with one of our most prolific comic talents about the theater of politics (and vice-versa), and her latest role onstage, as a tenacious elderly woman, in 'Ripcord.'
Julie Klam talks about dogs, depression, and writing with Julie Barton, whose moving new memoir ‘Dog Medicine’ is a tribute to the golden retriever who rescued her from her darkest hours.
‘You’re the Worst’s hilarious star Aya Cash talks to DAME about the comfort of not being Megan Fox–hot, and embracing unlikeability.