Eve Fairbanks
First Place Nonfiction: Every nation needs a tsar

All across America, manila envelopes are rolling. Up from the South they roll, down from New England and over winding roads from the Adirondacks they […]

The Lost New Haven Fish Market

Three hundred and seventy years after Indians first taught the founders of the New Haven Colony how to shuck oysters from the shallows of the […]

Celebrate election with a vacation from cynicism

By the time my Wednesday “Introduction to Comparative Politics” section rolled around, I’d had three days to imagine the excitement in the discussion we’d undoubtedly […]