Rebecca White

Rebecca White is a writer whose work has also appeared in the New York Times and the New York Post.

Stories By Rebecca White

Left Out of the Greatest Generation

As the millions of men who saw combat during World War II reach their golden years, those who missed the horrors and heroics of battle are resigned to wonder what would have been.

Three for $10

Newports and sundresses. My friendship with a homeless woman.

How Not to Be a Hero

How I turned from a hero to an irrational and jealous unilingual.

“…,” I Said.

The words behind the quotes and the other sometimes weird, sometimes rude things stringers say to get the story.

Matchmaker for the Mentally Ill

Getting intimate with the man behind the first dating website for singles with psychiatric disorders.

Hamster Dreams

When I lay to rest I'm haunted by devilish looking hamsters.

Watching The Line

If you’ve never seen an air bubble work its way through a long tube and into your body, then you’re missing out on a special kind of torture.

Culture Warriors

As New York’s vanguards of classical music struggle to retain relevancy, a new generation of innovators steps forward to fill the void.