Monday, September 15, 2014

The Daily Scholar

Writing Lessons Mondays

Writers describe turning points in their careers

More Sober To Say

Ingrid D. Rowland

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Epiphanies Fridays

The Heft of the Horse

A not so tall tale

Brian Doyle

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Psycho Babble Thursdays

Wounded By Books

Brits of an earlier age read at their own risk

Jessica Love

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On Science Wednesdays

The Care and Feeding of Prince George

Newly discovered benefits found in breast milk

Josie Glausiusz

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Next Line, Please Tuesdays

Old Acrostic, New Acrostic

David Lehman

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Priscilla Long

The Complete Science Frictions

A blog about Science.

Current Issue

Cover Story

Instant Gratification

As the economy gets ever better at satisfying our immediate, self-serving needs, who is minding the future?

Paul Roberts

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Carnival of the Animals

The Italian artist Carpaccio cast a careful, loving eye on his many nonhuman subjects

Jan Morris

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Book Reviews

Frozen Hell

An expedition gone wrong

John Vaillant

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Book Essay

Last Works

Every writer eventually faces the question: Is there anything left to say?

Roger Grenier

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