Here at Flavorwire, we pride ourselves on not only writing some of the best content on the Internet, but keeping an eye on all of the great writing that other folks on the ‘net are doing, too. This week, we recommend an interview with Rupaul surrounding Drag Race All Stars 2, a goliath list of the best […]
Recommended Reading: How to write about trauma. The post On Pain appeared first on The Millions.
Get recommendations from New York Times reporters and editors, highlighting great stories from around the web. Today, great reads from Anne Barnard, Amanda Hess and others.
Here are my recommended books to read for the late summer holidays. The Green Cowboy: An Energetic Life, by S. David Freeman, Authorhouse. A powerhouse in energy policy and clean energy reform for over thirty years, Freeman ran the Tennessee Valley Authority and other large public utilities over the course of his career. Show More Summary
For August’s installment of the Cut book club, we’re reading an eclectic selection of works from comics to cookbooks and everything in-between. Scroll down for the best books we’re reading this month, and if you have other recommendations, let us know in the comments.1. Giant Days by John Allison and ... More »
Need a great book to read, album to listen to, or TV show to get hooked on? The Flavorwire team is here to help: in this weekly feature, our editorial staffers recommend the cultural object or experience they’ve enjoyed most in the past seven days. Scroll through for our picks below. Frank Ocean — “Nikes” […]
Here are some of the books I have read this summer, all recommended. Nobody's Fool by Richard Russo Success and Luck by Robert Frank The Upside of Inequality by Edward Conard Hillbilly Elegy by J.D. Vance
Have you ever tried to do the laundry the way your clothing tag recommends, but when you finally try to read it, there’s no way in hell you can understand the weird symbols that run across it? Jonathan Walford, the curatorial director...Show More Summary
Recommended Reading: This moving essay on secrecy, shame, and binging by Michael Sinert over at The Rumpus: “Our task is to de-son-of-a-bitch all this.” The post Replacement Burrito appeared first on The Millions.
It’s Kids’ Week at ComicsAlliance! As the summer draws to a close and young comics fans get ready to go back to school, we’re presenting a week of articles focused on great kids’ comics, including comics recommendations for younger readers. Show More Summary
Recommended Reading: Here’s some helpful advice we all could use — how to raise a mensch: “Less obvious but equally central values that Marjorie Ingall highlights include having a healthy distrust of authority. Jews come from a vertiginously long tradition of ‘questioning, yammering, challenging and disputing,’ she writes. Show More Summary
The book I recommend most often to my coaching clients is The War of Art by Steven Pressfield – based on his own struggles en route to becoming a best-selling novelist, it’s indispensable reading for anyone who wants to create or achieve something amazing with their life. Show More Summary
The PlayStation 4 is an excellent console, one that I’d recommend to anyone who’s looking for a new video game system. Also, you should definitely not buy one. Read more...
It's Kids' Week at ComicsAlliance! As the summer draws to a close and young comics fans get ready to go back to school, we're presenting a week of articles focused on great kids' comics, including comics recommendations for younger readers. Show More Summary
Recommended Reading: Orrin Devinsky remembers his best friend, Oliver Sacks. The post A Letter from a Friend appeared first on The Millions.
I’d recommend not looking up “daddy discourse” on Twitter. Don’t. Doooooon’t. Read more...
Here at Flavorwire, we pride ourselves on not only writing some of the best content on the internet, but keeping an eye on all of the great writing that other folks on the ‘net are doing, too. This week, we recommend two pieces revisiting PJ Harvey’s earlier albums, an article about the imperativeness of “declaring war” on […]
Recommended Reading: Against book lending and borrowing. The post Keep It to Yourself appeared first on The Millions.
Recommended Listening: David Naimon interviews Year in Reading alumnus Jesse Ball about his latest book, How to Set a Fire and Why—one of the most anticipated books of 2016. The post An Act of Creation and Destruction appeared first on The Millions.
Here are four recommendations for stories that explore behind the scenes of reality TV, from wardrobe to editing in nature documentaries. Read this story »