What are your favorite newsletters?

by | Jun 13, 2019 | Social Media | 7 comments

Even in this day and age of social media EVERYTHING, newsletters are still chugging along, still one of the best ways of receiving content.

What are some of your favorites?

I’m thinking of updating my own approach to my newsletter and adjusting the ways of subscribing to this blog, so I’d also love to hear any thoughts you might have on what you’d like to see!

But in the meantime, I’d also love to sign up for some great new #Content. Who’s got the best newsletter?

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  1. Sarah

    Favorite newsletters…
    The Paris Review, The New Yorker, CLMP, Harper’s, PEN DARE, Poets & Writers, The Writer, ASJA, Authors Guild, and yours is great too!

  2. abc

    Besides Austin Kleon, Sara Zarr, and Nina LaCour, I also quite enjoy Nicole Cliffe’s almost daily one (Pet photos! Recommended horror books!). The Shatner Chatner by Daniel Mallory Ortberg is pretty great. I suspect I’m not a good source. I’m still finding them myself. I formally request a blog post of your faves.

  3. Eva

    You are my favorite writing newsletter. Been tuned in since dot.

  4. Neil Edward Larkins

    Yours, The Write Life (I was one of the first 100 to sign up), Rachelle Gardner.


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