Writing about the complex relationship between art and mental health, not just art as therapy, but also the myriad ways mental health symptoms impact artistic process, content, medium, and productivity.
Exploring what it means to be a woman aging in the world while obsessively curating a less hellish peri/menopause... Between the mother & crone phases, there's a great deal of power in the messy middle—a dynamism that's highly generative and creative.
In this ever-evolving thing we call life, we find ourselves at the crossroads of society's reckonings and personal awakenings. Here, we delve into the profound nuances of our global narrative, while traversing the corridors of politics and culture.
A sanctuary to catch up on pop culture, entertainment, book/film/home/beauty recs, line readings, essays, rankings, nostalgia, Thirsts of the Week and more, brought to you by Meecham Whitson Meriweather, made possible in part by readers like you!
The Hyphen is an independent newsletter for curious readers from Sunday Times Bestselling author Emma Gannon. On books, work, wellbeing & creativity. "One of Britain’s most prominent Substack writers" —The Times
Join me on a colorful journey through time with The Colour of Time - a newsletter that combines stunning colorized images with in-depth articles and features on the people, events, and movements that shaped the world.
Documenting the dream of running a 100 year old café and curios shop by the sea, fuelled by a devotion to tea and sympathy and bread and roses. Written by Audra Williams, human foxhole radio and noted online emoter.
A twice-weekly newsletter about movies, tv, and personal pop culture obsessions. Hung Up is essays, interviews, recommendations, reviews, gossip, line readings, love notes, cool stuff to share with your friends.
Essays and interviews about recovery.
"The Small Bow is not just for those in recovery. Lots of stories with a huge heart that manages to be hilarious and easy while making you question everything you were certain of about yourself.” – Esquire