What's a good story worth to you?
Shinichi Mochizuki claims to have solved one of math's great problems, but no one knows if he is right.
Beating the house in search of a home
When my cancer returned after a brief remission, I was offered a choice.
A desperate quest for survival on an ever-changing island.
New condom laws spark outrage among L.A.'s porn industry. Or are they faking it?
Finding solace by finding each other.
A former presidential advisor is now filling gas in Long Island. What happened?
A love letter to the baddest man on earth.
Sean Taylor was the most intimidating hitter in the NFL and the kind of athlete I always wanted to be.
Hawa Salih, a Darfuri human rights hero, struggles to find her feet in the U.S.
When a language dies, a whole civilization goes with it. Meet the last speakers fighting to keep their words and worlds alive.
What's it like to be in a closing school?
My grandfather, a Holocaust survivor, is unable to overcome the trauma of his childhood.
He committed suicide in public. She will never forget him.
A brain surgeon once told my husband neurosurgery wasn't for him. I tried to figure out why.
What I learnt about the sounds of Jupiter, why astronauts love wasabi and other things.
The agony of the commute and the people striving to change it.
Project Wordsworth (Volume 1) is a collective of 17 Columbia Journalism School graduate students who are running an experiment—and you’re already a part of it. Each of us has written a good story that transports you somewhere else, somewhere you’ve never been. That’s worth something. But how much? You decide. Your input will teach us something new about journalism’s future. All proceeds go to the authors.
Illustrations by Éleonore (Léo) Hamelin.
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