Sure social media has made everyone “self-obsessed” in a way as we’re encouraged to promote ourselves and harness our personal branding techniques. But that’s not what writer Leslie Wenner is talking about in this issue’s feature. She’s more concerned with the rise of “me” journalism–writers who are obsessed with their most passionate subject: themselves.
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The Rise of “Me” Journalism by Leslie Wenner
What the Cancellation of Futurama Means for Animation by Zach Harrison
Film Review: Central Park Five by Evan Hoover
Good Taste: Our (Bi)Weekly Playlist by (The) Absolute Staff