- Marissa Lingen has a lovely essay up in the new journal Reckoning: How Far Are We From Minneapolis?
- Code-switching and linguistic acrobatics on the internet
- Academic slapfights are the best: Why language is not everything that Noam Chomsky said it is
- Why Do Canadians Say ‘Eh’?
- Martha Matilda Harper: The Greatest Businesswoman You’ve Never Heard Of
- Just how smart is an octopus?
- An only slightly tedious essay about what a boring person Wallace Stevens was: The Detached Poet
- Scratch: Writers, Money, and the Art of Making a Living, reviewed. I always find it so interesting that these projects never seem to talk to genre writers.
- While this is interesting, I find myself irritated by the erasure of the human labor that has made floor coverings throughout history: Carpet History: How Fabric Flooring Went Wall-to-Wall
- Miss Fisher and the Female Gaze Great analysis of why Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries are so wonderful.
- Liz Barr’s cat is problematic. He’s also very handsome.
- The Life-Changing Magic of Decluttering in a Post-Apocalyptic World
- This series of tweets by Sigrid Ellis gave me a little glimmer of hope. They might do that for you, too.
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