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Fashion is for everyone, regardless of size. Blogger Corissa is on a “thrilling journey to unlearn a lot of bullshit that society has taught me about my body and how I should feel about it,” and has fun with fashion along the way.
Episode 218 of The Drunken Odyssey, your favorite podcast about creative writing and literature is available on iTunes, or right click here to download. In this week’s episode, I talk to historian and creative writer Todd James Pierce, plus Heather Whited reads her essay, “The General.” TEXT DISCUSSED NOTES Check out the Disney History Institute. Check out our latest […]
Travel blogger Thirdeyemom shares a collection of images from Strada Sforii in Brasov, Romania — claimed to be Europe’s narrowest street.
Max, a self-styled “cyclist, writer, explorer, and storyteller,” shares gorgeous images from one of his latest adventures, this time in the dramatic Icelandic countryside.
At Foodimentary, every day is a cause for celebration (of delicious food). Focusing on one dish a day, the site is a fun destination for food history and culinary trivia.
Charles Pierce, writing in Esquire, on President Obama’s Democratic National Convention Speech and uniquely American brand of “cool.”
“Because we are doing this for you, after all. We are American, and we are going to Rio to represent you in this potentially flawed and imperfect setting that you are trying so desperately to get the public to love to hate.” Rower and US Olympian Megan Kalmoe is tired of the negativity around the Rio Olympics.
We’ve struggled through the morning trying to come up with a concise summation of Ned Stuckey-French’s discussion of John D’Agata’s latest anthology, The Making of the American Essay, but the truth is that Stuckey-French’s analysis can’t be reduced to a few sentences. He challenges D’Agata’s ideas on the essay and on nonfiction generally, while at the […]
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