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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Ruth at Talk Foreign to Me moved to Dakar to work and become proficient in French. In these personal musings, she comes down with a mystery fever and navigates the Senegalese medical system in French.
“You are gone, and, although others share nearly your exact same story, by some twist of fate they are alive, and you are not.” A year later, a mother writes about her newborn son’s death.
Blogging and podcasting are not only similar: they’re complementary.
Here are five modern classics whose intricate illustrations have shaped the form.