Month: June 2014

Articles Read & Loved no. 13

I’m grateful to Weird Corporate Twitter by Kate Losse for confirming that I’m not the only one creeped out by corporate brands’ meme voices on Twitter.

The Adult Lessons of YA Fiction by Julie Beck

Cord Jefferson discusses the frustration and futility felt when you have written about hatred over and over and over again in The Racism Beat.

Fat and Happy—and Loved, the second instalment in a series on body and relationships.

Julie Delpy Dreams of Being Joe Pesci by Mary Kaye Schilling

Musings on what it’s like to have roles reversed and be the loved who is waited for instead of the lover who is waiting in To Be The One Who Doesn’t Wait by Larissa Pham

Thirteen Ways of Looking at Can Lit by Rachel Rose

The Fight to Find John Wilkes Booth’s Diary in a Forgotten Subway Tunnel by Joe Kloc

Chris Gethard is breaking down social stigmas about mental illness and it’s beautiful: Talking about mental health: “So much of this is behind closed doors”