New York Times
Why Is the Country’s Most Dominant Distance Runner Not in Rio? Edward Cheserek came to the United States from Kenya with hopes of competing in the Olympics — if only he could become a citizen.
Letter of Recommendation: Arroyos
Lives: To Land Unknown
The Contradiction of Rob Krar: How a 37-year-old pharmacist became the country’s most feared ultramarathoner.
NCAA's Fear of Foreign Athletes: Should college teams be reserved for local runners?
A Season Inside Oklahoma State Cross Country: The Cowboys’ title defense starts on the dirt roads around Stillwater.
Paris Review || Master of Light: Cinematographer Roger Deakins uses his blog to pull back the curtain on the lighting tricks that have made him famous.
Los Angeles Review of Books || The American West: A Collective Denial
The Washington Post || Book review of ‘Deep Down Dark,’ by Héctor Tobar
Slate || Cormac McCarthy Cuts to the Bone: Blood Meridian used to be a much different novel. McCarthy’s early drafts reveal how an American masterpiece was born.