Writer Julieanne Smolinski rejects the notion that women can be steroetyped either as writers or as an audience.
Samhita Mukhopadhyay, the executive editor of Feministing.com, explains why feminism still matters, especially on the internet.
In his last year on the DC sports beat, Dave McKenna was sued by the Redskins owner, and gained nationwide fame.
Dan Steinberg is six years into a stint as the Washington Post's sports blogger. Can he keep up the furious output without Gilbert Arenas on the scene?
Mark Ribowsky, Cosell's biographer, misses the no-holds-barred, full-bore approach that made Cosell a star in a staid sports world.
Alana Newhouse, Tablet magazine's editor-in-chief, discusses the joys and challenges of running a publication that's tied to a religion.
Jemele Hill respects good sportswriting in all forms, even if in the future it's beamed directly into our brains.
Sports Illustrated's Richard Deitsch covers the sporting press. He tells Gelf what he thinks of his colleagues and some of his competitors.
James Andrew Miller discusses his controversial new book and how ESPN became synonymous with sports.
Gelf's podcasters go to Abbottabad.
The picture is on the front of the shirt, the words are on the back. You can be in between.