This week: A smorgasbord of great reads from across Substack made up entirely of reader recommends.
Thrilled to be a Reader Recommend! Thanks Substack community. Brent and Michael, digit nomad extraordinaries, are inspiring…and envy-inducing!
Thanks so much for mentioning us! And Neal did a great job of capturing us in https://www.workcraftlife.com. He's a terrific writer.
I love these posts, they’ve become a weekend staple for me. So many great articles every time!
Profoundly grateful to be included here and to have my work shared to the community.
This was my first issue of Substack Reads, and I'm grateful especially for the introduction to Robert C. Gilbert. I just shared on Facebook his definitive and beautifully written vignette about the inimitable singer Nancy Wilson, accompanied by clips so readers can admire her unique voice.
My granddaughter in law wrote A Day In The Life of an Unmediated Schizophrenic. London Campbell. She is really able to describe terror. It’s on kindle.
Two excellent and complementary pieces:
And some excellent book reviews here:
I enjoyed my first article by Mary Trump a couple of months ago but nothing since. Where are her articles?
For heartfelt advice to other people's problems, read Cheryl Strayed's Dear Sugar: https://cherylstrayed.substack.com/
And for all things fabric and quilting, try Notes from Ben Millett. https://benmillett.substack.com/
I relate so much to “The last wave of summer.” Those types of memories are so cherished. Perhaps even more cherished though, is seeing my children making similar ones.
Always enjoying reading Katherine's May and Elissa's Altman posts. Thank you, Substack for giving me a chance to do this.
Has absolutely enchanted my mind:
Love these threads!
I enjoyed reading Economic Insights this week, they had a fun and insightful post on Generation Z called: Joe Pesci: “Yutes”. See here: https://economicinsights.substack.com/p/joe-pesci-yutes
Thank you for compiling these!
I'll add this post from this week, on Plato, music collaboration, the arts and the flaws of "perfect communication" : https://sundogg.substack.com/p/the-memory-of-justice
The last issue of Iterate, by Chris Jennings is one of the interesting things of the week. Especially if you are interested in technology or suatainibility: https://iterate.substack.com/p/smart-devices-and-false-emergencies?token=eyJ1c2VyX2lkIjoyODU2MDY1NiwicG9zdF9pZCI6NzE1MzkyMjIsImlhdCI6MTY2MjIwNjQzMCwiZXhwIjoxNjY0Nzk4NDMwLCJpc3MiOiJwdWItMzIwODEzIiwic3ViIjoicG9zdC1yZWFjdGlvbiJ9.kfkfSUYRH1Zwm23NWF6VR_fXB8wjBxNVqKvv2CryPTw&utm_source=substack&utm_medium=email