Amanda Mull

Amanda Mull

Amanda Mull is a staff writer at The Atlantic.

The Zombie Storefronts of America

If retail is dying, then pop-up shops might be what replace it.

There Are Two Types of Airport People

Some travelers love being late.

Subscriptions Have Crept Into Every Part of American Life

Today’s subscription services cover toilet paper, dog toys, and furniture. But what is lost with convenience?

Millennials Are Rejecting America’s All-or-Nothing Drinking Culture

They might be getting sick of booze, but they’re not giving up on it completely.