Stories by Kathryn Joyce

  • Stumper TV: Gay Marriage Redux

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  • Jhumpa Lahiri’s Fine Eye

    In Jhumpa Lahiri's new book of stories, there are no fixed cultural stars to steer by.
  • The Other Jamestown Party

    Fifteen miles from Williamsburg, Va., in Charles City County, on a country road dominated by plantations turned bed-and-breakfasts, 4,000 ultra-conservative, largely home-schooling Christians gathered to correct a month-old mistake: to do Jamestown right. The women wore hoop skirts, bustles, bonnets and mob hats. The men wore tricorn, feathered "Musketeer" or top hats; they carried swords. "Maidens," that is, girls, wore aprons, while "heroes"—boys—donned armor or coonskin caps.