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Jay writes with great passion, great knowledge, and great skill. If you love literature or history or ideas, subscribe!
I like your writing and appreciated that in your roundup of other writing, you made substantive comments. I think that's a valuable format.
June writes about life from a POV of lived experience and wisdom. I find myself relating to many of her thoughts.
I love Susan's wise and often funny posts on our culture. I always learn something, whether about feminism, movies/tv shows, or, in her last post, the real history of the fashion item known as the Shmatte.
Where an autistic editor explores belonging, healing and expression. A different and valuable perspective on writing.
Emily writes incredibly beautiful and honestly raw and moving posts. The one below has stayed with me and is the post I think about when I think about why I love reading on substack. https://emilyhenderson.substack.com/p/a-new-friend-i-never-met
Taking cultural works and objects, i.e., The Band, American Graffiti, the American Flag, and giving them greater context and meaning to current times.