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Scoops, updates and news nuggets from inside the Bernie 2020 campaign. Bern after reading...
We are Rubber Chicken Circuit, a newsletter for the political junkie overwhelmed by the mind-numbing amount of political news. We publish a newsletter each week on Tuesdays. They’re free, fun, and informative. As we wrote in our first post...
essaying is Tressie McMillan Cottom’s newsletter about reading, writing and public life. Readers can sign up to have a Tressie essay delivered directly to their inbox for free, just as soon as it is fresh out the oven. These Big Reads are
I don't have many promises to give. I plan to be helter-skelter. I plan to be rebellious. I plan to break the rules. Sometimes you will find my musings on the world, on politics, on Christianity, on social justice. Sometimes you will find a fiction
Telling Cricket stories with data. - It’s nearly two decades since Moneyball (the book) came out, and sports analytics has never been hotter. Starting with the humble batting average, and visualisations such as the Manhattan and the Worm, cricket...
The BEAUTY IRL newsletter covers beauty at the intersection of politics and pop culture through breaking news, trends, and personal experiences. In this newsletter… …you’ll finish reading and feel satisfied; like you’ve learned something new and
Amy McQuire writes an independent Australian Aboriginal rights publication with a keen focus on settler-colonialism, justice, and violence.
The Audacity is a newsletter from Roxane Gay, debuting on January 11, 2021. Newsletters are over. I’ve been thinking about blogs lately because I miss them. I am very attached to things that fade into obsolescence. For years, I wrote an obscure

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