“Alexander Pruss is a new renaissance man. [He] will fix your metaphysics and your iPhone in the same evening.” Robert Cottrell’s series on the best of the web continues with a visit to Alexander Pruss’s blog.Read More
“The quality is perfectly maintained at a level somewhere around the celestial. Each note is a work of art crafted to outlast the centuries.”
Things you never knew about the internet: James Cameron is unsurpassed as a blogger on stained glass.
“What drives me? Madness I think. I just can’t stop.” Haseeb Ali Chrishti interviews Albin Talik.Read More
“Marginal Revolution may well be the finest blog ever; if we wanted to put a blog in the Smithsonian to show future generations what happened when smart people in our time spoke their minds, then Marginal Revolution would be my choice.”
Robert Cottrell continues his journey around the best of the web in the third instalment of our Spotlight Site series.
“Alexander looks with curiosity on his own fallibilities, and with sympathy on those of others — his disposition to theory is tempered by frequent contact with reality.” Robert Cottrell continues his series on the best of the web with a look at Slate Star Codex.Read More
“The Bryn Mawr Classical Review reminds me that the race to the bottom in which 99.999% of online publications are engaged is a choice, not an obligation…” Robert Cottrell introduces a new series, spotlighting the very best of the web.Read More
“I wanted to examine the people on the fringes of society, and how others’ perception of them led them there. Society can be unforgiving.” Lorna Brown, our April Author of the Month, talks to Casey Harding.Read More
“Society also plays a role by responding to an artist’s work, and their reaction — whether positive or negative, influences the artists’ decision to make more of such work or not.” Shameen Arshad interviews Shanzay Subzwari.Read More
“For us, the poet, it can seem our entire lives up to this point depend on getting it right, and when we finally feel it’s ready, and we send it off, get it published, and see it in print, we usually realize we made the wrong call…” The Missing Slate talks with Alexis Groulx and Domenic Scopa.Read More
“Travelling back and forth is a privilege, but I’ve developed a sort of chronic homesickness. So I use writing about the place I’m longing for as an antidote; I see islands as stories and stories as islands.” Julia Rose Lewis, The Missing Slate’s Poet of the Month for June 2016, in conversation with Katy Lewis Hood.Read More