Monday, July 06, 2015
Writers reveal their favorite books
Wonder can matter more than statistics and facts
Neil SheaRead more
Can’t concentrate? You’re not alone.
Gaia VinceRead more
THE DAILY SCHOLAR ARCHIVES
Poets, novelists, essayists, journalists, and scholars recall a piece of advice or an experience that was most helpful to their writing career.
A blog about science by Priscilla Long, the author of The Writer’s Portable Mentor: A Guide to Art, Craft, and the Writing Life.
A blog about psycholinguistics by Jessica Love, a science writer and editor at Northwestern University.
A blog about the new, the odd, and the wonderful by Josie Glausiusz, who has written about every topic known to science, from physics to furry animals.
A blog about the art of teaching, with new posts each Tuesday by Paula Marantz Cohen, a novelist and distinguished professor of English at Drexel University.
Inspired by the structures and landscapes of rural Alabama, photographer William Christenberry has spun a narrative that is long, rich, and universal
Andy GrundbergRead more
The space shuttle program’s unheralded demise
Nathalie LagerfeldRead more
The music of my childhood was a language filled with endearments and rebukes, and frequent misunderstandings
Phyllis RoseRead more
Nabokov's profitable summer chasing butterflies and settling scores in the Utah mountains
Robert RoperRead more