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Disclosing Growth is a newsletter that analyses the growth of the most successful entrepreneurs and companies.
Stark Realities undermines official narratives, demolishes conventional wisdom and exposes fundamental myths across the political spectrum—with original reporting, deeply unorthodox policy arguments and excavations of key events buried by major media. “Brian McGlinchey is an absolutely outstanding reporter, with an enviable record in breaking stories and making waves” —Andrew Cockburn, Washington Editor, Harper’s Magazine “Brian McGlinchey is one of the most talented hell-raisers around” —James Bovard, Columnist, USA Today
Road 2 Where, Exactly? When I was Editor of Men’s Health magazine, and before that, articles editor for Playboy, I was pretty good at my jobs. But I was great at taking vacations—Moscow and Minneapolis, Bermuda and the Badlands, Kathmandu and Kauai, Key West and the Congo, plus all those national parks you’ve been meaning to visit (Acadia, Great Sand Dunes, Everglades, Point Reyes National Seashore, and on, and on). I live to travel because every trip changes and enriches my life, starting with an epic run through Paris-London-the South Downs-Belfast-Sligo-Oslo-Zagreb (!)-Venice-Rome just after I graduated from college. The Road2Elsewhere will track my own gleanings and mistakes from a lifetime of purposeful travel, harvest insights from the best memoirists and travel writers, and include paintings and drawings and cartoons I made along the way. Not all who wander are lost…they’re on the Road2Elsewhere.
Holos is a weekly newsletter for women adventuring through midlife. Each issue is a curated source of health & wellness, longevity and purposeful living inspiration, hacks and actionable tips to help you live a healthy, happy and fulfilled life.
My name is Ines Bellina and I’m currently fumbling my way through the freelance life. My newsletter offers everything I’ve learned about making it as a writer so you don’t have to make the same silly mistakes I did. Since giving office jobs the finger in 2018, I’ve managed to make a living strictly as a wordsmith through a combination of content marketing, translation work, and the kind of writing dubbed cool by the cool kids. This means bylines in Shondaland, The A.V. Club, Chicago Magazine, The Takeout, Wine Enthusiast, and more. I’m also currently in the process of trying to publish this damn novel that I’ve been working on since 2015 and you get to hear me whine about that too. My newsletter includes: - Musings on my latest attempts at making a living through my writing, cause I can’t seem to let that teen dream go. - An actual income and progress report because I’m “edgy” like that. - Q&As with other writers about their own journeys because apparently I don’t know EVERYTHING (shocking). - Recommended books, films, TV shows and other miscellaneous items that make me less cranky.
Every two weeks, we break down an interesting website and write a case study demonstrating how to personalize the website based on different variables.
This NEWSLETTER is in a way letter to me. I have been book marking and keeping myself entertained by the wonderful compilation on the internet of things and the internet in itself, but I would now like to share these simple pleasures of clicking on a mail and finding a love letter and some gore. we will fix ourselves as we go. we will change with the rhythm of times, we are not infallible. just like this fallible poem from a poetry book I read last night.
Storytelling whats, wows and how-tos from comic book writer and advertising creative D.G. Chichester. New stories, creative writing and essays, storytelling recos across books, movies and games, and a look back at my comic book writing and editing from the nineties for Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Dark Horse Comics, Valiant Comics — including tales of Daredevil, Nick Fury, the Midnight Sons, Nightbreed and Hellraiser.