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In Her New Book
Sheila Heti Confronts an Eternal Female Crossroads
The writer takes up the problem of whether to have a baby in her engrossing autobiographical novel.
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Sheila Heti on Drinking Her Way to a Child’s-Eye View
And other lessons from Chris Kraus, Sheila Heti, and Emily Gould’s Wikipedia annotations.
Sheila Heti on Bringing Her Play Back From the Dead
All Our Happy Days Are Stupid
opened in New York last night.
This Is How Women Really Feel About Their Clothes
Three writers asked. Nearly 700 women answered.
how should a painter be?
Margaux Williamson’s Paintings for an Imaginary Museum
Talking to the Canadian painter (and friend of Sheila Heti) about her new book,
I Could See Everything
Be Mine? Why It’s Smart to Court Your Friends
Like romantic relationships, many friendships begin with one person pursuing the other — and it’s not desperate or weird. It’s smart.
Read Every Page of Brillantine, Sheila Heti’s Lost Zine
It’s found a home in NYU’s Riot Grrrl Library.