Greetings, fellow writers! On Monday, it will be time for our next Subscriber Writing Roundup post. With that in mind, please can you comment below: One, and only one, link to a piece of your writing from your Substack A one sentence description of the chosen piece written in the third person
I wrote about my experience as a 30-something childless woman, and about how interestingly most of the pressure I’m getting to have kids comes from other men, not other women or moms.
Terry has been experimenting with writing the same simple story in a variety of different styles; here is his most recent version.
Hey Mikey! Here’s mine:
“Three Pieces” is a collection of true, vulnerable micro-stories from all over the landscape of my past, tackling themes like friendship, love, and darkness.
The title here pretty much speaks for itself: English Majors Will Save the Freaking World.
David Roberts writes about Primo Levi , the Holocaust, and forgiveness, and asserts that Only Victims Can Truly Forgive
Shaina published the first in a short series, "Chattel", which tells the fictional story of a struggling rancher whose cattle start dying in mysterious ways.
S Peter Davis writes about the recent loss of two dear friends and coping with the hopeless anger that we feel toward cancer.
"I want to do the things that challenge my destiny" - travel writer Narina Exelby interviews firefighter Emma Vanemo, who walked 6500km - solo - across Africa
Looking back at a last live music show before the world was transformed by a virus and the pain of feeling unable to help when a loved one is suffering , "A Light Snow, an Orange Bowl, and the Red Elvises" reflects on ephemerality, the mercy in moments, and finding a way through.
Thanks for the opportunity!!
In her inaugural post for Clown Class, Tina Rowley reflects on the horrors of taking an actual clown class and how it came to be revealed that she, inescapably and against her will, was a sad clown.
What a wonderful idea!! ❤️ Here's mine.....
Louise reflects, one year later, on her family's journey walking 500 miles across Spain on the Camino de Santiago
The good and bad of being mothered by a mother who was never mothered herself.
Grateful to you!
Here's something: https://junegirvin.substack.com/p/have-headache-will-lie-down
Have headache will lie down: an essay about the club no-one wants to belong to - the migraineurs.
Kathryn Vercillo is a high school and law school dropout who has just gone back to school for her second master's degree and has shared some reflections about that:
In response to the fact that there are a lot of newsletters about film and television on Substack yet few newsletter directories actually list them, I've created my own: "The Film and Television Newsletter Catalogs."
Why would a 54-year-old heterosexual man enjoy the Barbie movie over Oppenheimer? https://www.subconsciousfat.com/p/are-women-superior-to-men