25 Things About My Sexuality Not safe for work, in case you were wondering.
1000 Journals Project One thousand journals are traveling the world.
A Year of Plays One of the strange and frustrating things about working in theater is that you don’t actually get to see very much theater. Actress Anna Moore tries to change that, vowing to see and write about one play per week.
The Ballerina Project Ballerinas all over NYC.
Book of Jubilations Hooray, Josh’s blog about making a life in music is back!
Cast Asparagus Jennifer’s an anthropologist. Who cooks.
Cognitive Informalist The art and science of informal learning.
Erroll Morris The archive and blog of writer/filmmaker Erroll Morris. This guy’s Times columns have kept me thinking and sane through many long days of temp jobs.
Global Food Database Chef Sal is hiking the Appalachian Trail collecting oral histories of Southern food culture.
Got Medieval Fun with Medieval European culture, history and literature.
HowlRound A journal of the theater commons
In the Can Sound designer Amy is blogging her way around the world of public restrooms.
The Intimacies Project A public art project with dance, music, poetry and multimedia.
Is the L Train Fucked? In case you need to know.
Living on the Margins The art and food culture of poverty.
Lost City Neat stuff to know but frequently sad to read.
MADE HERE Project NYC performing artists talk about the challenges of their lives and work.
N/A Literary Journal Where nothing applies.
NeuroTribes Wired investigative reporter Steve Silberman.
Neurotropes Neurodivergent characters in media
Ordinary Courage Sociologist Brené Brown on living with authenticity.
Portable Philosophy Thoughts on music, writing, teaching, and more
Rookie Another thing I wish had existed when I was a teenage girl.
This American Life My personal favorite radio episodes, a full hour long and great for a good story with a cup of coffee on a rainy afternoon, are “Didn’t Ask To Be Born,” “The House on Loon Lake,” and “The Ghost of Bobby Dunbar.”
Sweet Juniper Raising kids unconventionally in Detroit. Make sure to read the post “The Dog Wagon.”