How often do you read something great on the internet, and then when you try to find it again it seems to have disappeared? Well, it happens to me all the time. For a while I tried sending links to myself on social media, but I think keeping this blog post might be a little more efficient. So here goes, in no particular order:

How To Be Alone: Musicians Confront Solitude from NPR.

Woven from Guernica Magazine

What’s in a Necronym? from Believer Magazine

Women in Translation Flourishing from The Bookseller

Reasons to Stay Alive by Matt Haig

Disclaimer: this an extract from his book of the same name, which is a beautiful read.

The Ideal Marriage, According to Novels from The New Yorker

Unlove me: I Found Love Because I Got Lucky Not Because I Changed Myself from Brooklyn

Maybe You Should Just Be Single from New Statesman

Language as Art in Pittsburgh from The Atlantic

Why I’m a Racist from Beyond the Glass Wall

My President was Black from The Atlantic

When Things Go Missing from The New Yorker

We Believe You Colouring Book from Ryerson University. This is not an article or even a thing you can read, but it is awesome.

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