Hanya Yanagihara is the editor in chief of T Magazine.
Anyone who believes themselves to be so.
By Hanya Yanagihara
Rebuilding, while a reminder of what’s been lost, is also a defiant act of hope.
Do artists have a duty to directly confront the injustices and inequalities around them?
Let us greet the new year with enthusiasm, without forgetting the lessons of the old one.
Patti LaBelle, Dolly Parton and Barbra Streisand may each be synonymous with a different musical style, but they are alike in their ability to bring joy.
Tales of otherworldly figures aren’t necessarily meant to frighten — they’re ways to explain the living’s unresolved matters of the heart.
In praise of homes that are worlds unto themselves, reflecting their owners’ unique tastes while offering shelter from all manner of storms.
The lesson we find in Walt Whitman is a reminder of the complexity of the individual, and how we can find succor in art even when its maker is deeply imperfect.
The notion that history can be rewritten is a powerful one. It starts by taking the pen from the authors we’ve always had — and giving it to someone else.
Last May, when our known world was one way, we began planning these stories. By last month, when we were finishing work on this issue, the world was another way.