Sunday, to me, is the best day of the week. By Friday, I'm always exhausted from the busy week, and Saturday is often a burst of frantic errand running. But Sunday, when the apartment is clean and the entire city seems to slow down for a moment, is like a breath of fresh air. And my favorite thing to do on a quiet Sunday is make something delicious and read.
Here are a few reads from around the web, and I hope you'll share anything you've read during the past week in the comments!
What Is An @uthor? by Matthew Kirschenbaum (LARB)
The original Game of Thrones pitch (!!!) (via Electric Lit)
Divine Ordure by Dan Piepenbring (Paris Review)
The True History of Jewish Wizards at Hogwarts by Nathaniel Stein (The New Yorker)
Crafty Millennials Brew Craft Beer by Liz LaBrocca (Literally, Darling)
Britain's Role in the World (New Statesman)
Bridey is a freelance writer living in Washington, D.C.
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