A new issue of Image and Narrative is out. Marcia Gallo (UNLV): The Parable of Kitty Genovese, the New York Times, and the Erasure of Lesbianism. Nico Voigtlander (UCLA) and Hans-Joachim Voth (Zurich): Highway to Hitler. From VoxEU, Thomas Piketty responds to FT. From 3:AM, Richard Marshall interviews Elizabeth Camp on metaphors and minds; and Susan Schneider on mental lives and Fodor’s lot. Signe Cane interviews David Chalmers and Andy Clark, authors of “The Extended Mind”. Jorgen Dyrstad and Tomas Midttun interview David Chalmers on the problem of consciousness and the nature of philosophy. Andrew Cuomo has a real problem on his left flank — good: The Working Families Party's challenge to the Democratic governor is what an organized political left looks like. Jeremy Greenfield on how the Amazon-Hachette fight could shape the future of ideas: While the bookseller and publisher are battling over mundane business specifics, the state of publishing hangs in the balance. Shinseki wasn't the problem: "Taxpayers get what they fucking pay for". The Elliot Rodger story, in the long run, might be a more important moment for men than for women. Financial hazards of the fugitive life: Tyler Cowen reviews On the Run: Fugitive Life in an American City by Alice Goffman. Floats like a vulture: Instead of rescuing forgotten truths, neocons like Charles Krauthammer devise novel fallacies. What made the Big Bang bang: Nearly 35 years ago, Alan Guth figured out what made the Big Bang bang — finally, there’s evidence. FIFA is facing fresh allegations of corruption over its controversial decision to award the 2022 World Cup to Qatar.