Abandon Me author Melissa Febos discusses addiction, obsession, and identity, and our host signs off in The Lonely Hour's last episode of season two.
Jennifer Romolini, author of Weird in a World That's Not, visit the show to talk about, well, being weird in a world that's not.
Christopher Knight lived completely alone in the woods of central Maine for 27 years. Author Michael Finkel shares this story.
Brooke Russell stepped onto the scale and couldn’t believe the number she saw. She was a stranger to herself—and so she kept herself away from others.
Musician David Bazan discusses his faith—and the loss of it.
Comedian and writer Aimée Lutkin hasn’t dated in a while, and wonders if she ever will again.
George McCalman has acted as a representative for black people in the the mostly white worlds of graphic design and San Francisco. He's done with that now.
A personal chef to big-name celebrities, Kat Turner has been behind the scenes for years. Now, she wants to step forward, in front of a camera.
Tabi Jackson Gee tackled the issue of social media and loneliness in an article, out today, for Refinery29 UK. And she interviewed our host!
A holiday message from The Lonely Hour, plus, some writers try to define loneliness.