A thread to share pieces of longform journalism or writing you are currently digging. I have trouble finishing books sometimes, but with my long commute, articles that last me anywhere from 30 to 60 minutes are perfect. For those that don't use it, I strongly recommend downloading Pocket on your phone and adding the Pocket button to your browser. Can save articles to your phone and access them offline whenever you'd like. I'll get it started with a few recent ones I've liked: The Voyeur's Motel (The New Yorker / Gay Talese) Gerald Foos bought a motel in order to watch his guests having sex. He saw a lot more than that. In The Land of Missing Persons: The Mystery of Why People Go Missing in Alaska (Alex Tizon / The Atlantic) Two families, two bodies, and a wilderness of secrets. Who Killed the Sheridans? (The New York Times / Michael Sokolove) The police say a prominent New Jersey lawyer killed himself and his wife of 47 years. Their sons refuse to believe it. The Sex Machine (Boston Magazine / Michael Damiano) Jon Gross is having more sex than you. Way, waaaaay more sex, and with way more people’s spouses. So how exactly did this middle-aged New England plumbing-supplies salesman find the secret to free love, make friends with porn stars and multimillionaires, and become America’s king of swingers?