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The popular e-newsletter from writer and speaker Sarah Bessey with exclusive essays, the books worth reading, good things, links, and so much more. Starting on the...
Family life is much easier when you can commiserate about the parts that are tedious, enraging, low-key awful, weirdly hilarious, blindsidingly sad and also sometimes totally fine and even a little fun. Never miss a piece content that might be...
Discourse.blog is an independent blog/newsletter about politics and culture from a left-wing perspective started in March 2020. We have been described by readers as “good” and “a joy to receive in my inbox each day.” That could be you, too.
Fourteen years ago, I started my first blog and promptly stopped sending group emails to my friends. Eventually, I guess everything comes full circle. If you’re here, it’s probably because you already know my work and like my voice enough to...
There are tens of millions of Americans who aren’t on the hard left or the hard right who feel that the world has gone mad. Science is at the mercy of politics. Identity trumps ideas. In the name of progress, art is erased and history is rewritten.
essaying is Tressie McMillan Cottom’s newsletter about reading, writing and public life. Readers can sign up to have a Tressie essay delivered directly to their inbox for free, just as soon as it is fresh out the oven. These Big Reads are
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.
The Roots of Progress is a personal project of Jason Crawford—an intellectual project, which may take many years, to understand the nature and cause of human progress. Think of this less as a newsletter, and more of a personal research...
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