The Scribbling Buddha Newsletter
Recommended by April Dávila
Pieces of String Too Small to Use
By Marjie Alonso
Observations about life. And other things found in the attic
Cheryl Strayed's Dear Sugar
This is the home of two newsletters by Cheryl Strayed. Paid subscribers receive Cheryl's Dear Sugar Letter once a month, plus her regular newsletter, which she publishes 4-6 times a year. Free subscribers get her regular newsletter only.
School of Thought
By dr. Jane R. Shore
School of Thought- because education starts, but does not end. In this newsletter, I take big evidence-based ideas, and offer ways to make them usable- with visuals.
The Hyphen by Emma Gannon
Emma Gannon writes books. She also loves writing this newsletter. Musings on work, wellbeing, joy, creativity, connection and finding your own path.
Are You Not Entertained?
By Eric Goebelbecker
How to think about science fiction.
Weekly art, writing, and creative inspiration from the author of Steal Like an Artist and other bestsellers.
By Mark Sarvas
End of days musings. Always free.
The Contentment Corner
By Brenda Umana
Whether it's contentment or content creation. We're talking about the spectrum of 'content' and everything in between.
By Roxane Gay
Writing that boldly disregards normal restraints.
By Eva Langston
resources for writers on the journey to publication
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