The newsletter is an incredible medium for independent creators — artists, writers, and even professors — to bring us interesting ideas, knowledge, and inspiration. Newsletters are circling around for a while, and although the medium isn’t new, the future will hold the newsletter as a portal through which you can find out more about each other. Here is my personal selection of unique and delightful newsletters to subscribe to:
- In the Writing Burrow | Margaret Atwood
- Dearest | by Monica McLaughlin
An interesting investigation into the history and craftsmanship of antique jewelry “cherry-picked” from current auctions and dealer websites. The publications give you a glimpse into the bigger stories of their age. Even though this is a very niche newsletter, it breathes authenticity and It’s inspiring how a medium like a newsletter can be used.
- The Decoded | by Lisanne Swart
My own publication also belongs to this list of course. A monthly edition covering my own brain pickings on writing and the creative process, life, and books.
- No Failure, Only Practice | Matt Bell
Another Substack publication by writer Matt Bell, about the craft and technique of writing. From fiction writing exercises to reading recommendations and other writing craft discussions.
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