Narratively

                   

A Memoir about Multiple Personalities That’s 25 Years in the Making

Vivian Conan on the long and baffling process of living with dissociative identity disorder, and writing a memoir when the ending is unknown.

Suzanne Heintz is Done Playing House

The documentary filmmaker talks to Narratively about the end of her 20-year project that challenged popular notions about women and marriage.

How One Writer Found His Happily Whatever After

Stewart Lewis on rom-com writing, publishing during the pandemic, and why escapist reads are more important than ever.

A Fortress Full of Stories

Danish writer Anja Klemp Vilgaard works near a castle built by a pirate king – and finds a hidden piece of history around every corner.

Monarchy, Mayhem and Micronations

Narratively contributor Dylan Taylor-Lehman’s new book tells the full story of Sealand, the world’s most unusual and dramatic mini-country.

The Making of (a Book About) a Monster

How Narratively contributor Mary Kay McBrayer turned her love for true crime stories into a book about America’s first female serial killer.

This Narratively Editor’s First Book is a Home Run

Michael Stahl on co-writing Major League Baseball star Bartolo Colón’s autobiography.

How This Narratively Editor is Tackling The Journalism World While Being a Nomad

Farah Mohammed on freelancing, traveling the world (and getting grounded) and what it’s like being a woman of color in journalism.

How Sassafras Lowrey Made Writing About Dogs a Career

The author and journalist on quitting a toxic day job and turning a passion into her new job.