Hope writes features, profiles, and interviews — often with authors, celebrities, or public intellectuals. For her series for JSTOR Daily, she talks to figures like Seymour Hersh, Chimamanda Adichie, Steven Pinker, and Cornel West. For MIT’s Undark Magazine, she interviews a scientist monthly. For Longreads, she interviews authors. For New York Magazine’s The Cut, she talks to important women, like Melinda Gates, about their daily routine. Here is a small selection of other work she’s published:

2019
Wendell Berry is still ahead of usVox
What Should We Do about Our Aging Prison Population?JSTOR
More Books on Climate Change Won’t Help Us NowMedium
The woman who helped change how America thinks about the death penalty isn't done yetVox
2018
Leslie Jamison’s Road to “Recovering”The Village Voice
All the Disquiet on the Midwestern Front
The Village Voice
Alex Kotlowitz Exhumes the Psychological Toll of ViolencePublisher's Weekly
2017
The journalist who’s been covering R. Kelly for 17 years: “This is rape culture”Vox
Margaret Atwood explains how to know if you’re living in a totalitarian stateVox
Sarah Silverman: Patriotism Is "Perverted"VICE
2016 & earlier
The Real Feminist Impact of The Mary Tyler Moore Show was Behind the ScenesThe Atlantic
'Boys Have Deep Emotional Lives' The Atlantic
Stranger than Fiction: An Interview with Tom Bissell
The Paris Review