Ariel Levy lost her child, her marriage and her home. She’s given up guessing what might come next.
Penelope Green and Ariel Levy discuss divorce, miscarriage, and waves of feminism.
Whenever I see “best of” lists, award finalists and even table of contents, I can’t help but immediately scan them to see how women fared. Because of this little tic, I find myself regularly complaining to my husband about the lopsided male-to-female ratio in the bylines of the highbrow magazines we receive, which include The Atlantic, The New Yorker, and The New Republic. He often tells me I am being a bit neurotic, and that women are, overall, pretty well represented.