Mitchell Johnson is a small-town boy from northern California who thinks a lot about alternative histories of the west, and also where to find cheap chicken wings.
Role: Managing Editor
A small Rhode Island town, a massive corporation, and the cost of free speech.
After a loss, a woman rediscovers her small-town roots.
A traumatic event sets a mother and daughter on different paths.
A husband and wife reckon with a changing world.
In 1848, Edgar Allan Poe and Sarah Helen Whitman had a torrid affair in a Providence library.
The Superman Building, in downtown Providence, is completely empty. Except for all the ghosts, film crews, and wild birds.
Some voicemails from Mom.
A late night in the library leads to reflections on time, fate, and the story of Abraham.
A farewell to NHT co-founder Liza Yeager.
A family photo and the search for queer childhood.
In the 1980s, Etna California was home to 700 people. And an elephant.