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It’s like having a friend that pops in your inbox once a week to keep you updated on interesting things in entertainment, comedy, and internet culture. No wait, that’s exactly what this is. That is, if you consider me a friend at least. We can be ...
Lieutenant, you would do me an enormous favor if you stopped calling me sir. Why subscribe? Well, why do anything, really. Because you particularly wish to, I suppose. If you'd like to periodically be emailed very upsetting absurdist lesbian...
The idea for Pop Cultural Studies comes from people I have talked to in my studies of literature – some people maintain the notion that there is a contrast of high culture and low culture. Some professors I have encountered scoff at the idea that
I have toyed with the idea writing for years, and I have finally found my particular niche. My primary goal was, and still remains, to write a story that I would like to read. I am humbled and delighted that ya'll (yes I AM Southern) wil…
LYNCHLINE is the one and only newsletter from yours truly, Scott Lynch, internationally best-selling fantasy novelist, modern master of sword & sorcery adventure fiction, author of...
Grown-ass lady storytelling by and for gen-x women over 40. Featuring pop culture nuggets, profiles, day to day stuff we’re obsessed with, and personal essays.
What you’ll get —Curated links, with commentary and pull-quotes —A weekly round-up of classics content —Original humorous posts —Content calls for Eidolon —Posts about the writing process that can make you feel like you could become a better...
The name “Culture Study” is a modification of “Cultural Studies,” a term used to describe an academic field — and general posture — towards the culture that surrounds us. The scholars of this early field believed that if people
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