1. GQ: Sleep Donation is a (digital) book you need to read this month!

    GQ: Sleep Donation is a (digital) book you need to read this month!

  2. “You have to get used to feeling like a parasite and trying to minimize that as much as possible.” Sean Flynn on the Longform podcast. 

  3. Matt Power scales Notre Dame with the City of Light’s most daring urban explorers. 
Read about his hunt for a rare tree kangaroo in Island of Secrets. 

    Matt Power scales Notre Dame with the City of Light’s most daring urban explorers. 

    Read about his hunt for a rare tree kangaroo in Island of Secrets

  4. A writer revisits the night she was almost murdered by a truck driver. Was it the Truck Stop Killer? 

    A writer revisits the night she was almost murdered by a truck driver. Was it the Truck Stop Killer? 

  5. longformpodcast:

    Episode 9: Jeanne Marie Laskas

    Jeanne Marie Laskas, author of the new book Hidden America and correspondent for GQ, interviewed by Max Linsky.

    “I’m just a writer going into [people’s lives], you know? What do you do with that kind of intensity of a relationship when you’re job is to invoke it on the page? It’s a huge…not just privilege but responsibility. Because, you know, it’s just for a story. And I tell them that: ‘I’m asking you trust me, but at the same time don’t trust me. I’m kind of like a vulture in this relationship—we’re not friends.’”

  6. "He started shooting. And shooting." Sean Flynn reads his GQ story about the Oslo massacre. 

  7. Just in time for Father’s Day. 
gq:

Like Father, Like Spy
It was just a favor to dear old dad. But the next thing Nathan Nicholson knew, he was jet-setting around the world under cover and selling state secrets to the Russians. You know what they say: Like father, like spy.

    Just in time for Father’s Day. 

    gq:

    Like Father, Like Spy

    It was just a favor to dear old dad. But the next thing Nathan Nicholson knew, he was jet-setting around the world under cover and selling state secrets to the Russians. You know what they say: Like father, like spy.