In the story ‘Of Ghosts and Shadows’ by Roxane Gay, two women defy their Haitian hometown by unapologetically loving each other — even if they have to keep that love hidden.

Roxane Gay • 4 months ago

Erika Johansen, the author of The Queen of the Tearling trilogy, talks with Roxane Gay about building fantastical worlds, playing with complex characters, and rooting for female protagonists who are tough as nails.

Roxane Gay • 3 years ago

I am the product of endless books.

Roxane Gay • 4 years ago

Author Roxane Gay on being a bad feminist and how you can be one too.

Roxane Gay • 4 years ago

It was surreal to get everything I wanted in one bright flash.

Roxane Gay • 4 years ago

On military fiction, the stories through which we attempt to understand combat, and Cara Hoffman's Be Safe I Love You.

Roxane Gay • 4 years ago

On the importance of unlikable female protagonists.

Roxane Gay • 4 years ago

Rex Reed's outrageous slam on Melissa McCarthy is more in keeping with the film's spirit than filmmakers might like to admit.

Roxane Gay • 5 years ago

An African-American's experience of watching Tarantino's slavery-revenge tale in a small rural town.

Roxane Gay • 5 years ago