“Hchom” is the sound of something tasty being devoured. On her blog, Hchom, Canadian comic book artist Marian Churchland shares illustrations and comics of projects she’s working on, and things she loves and wants.
The Scott Brothers
Known for their HGTV home improvement and lifestyle shows, the Scott Brothers — identical twins Drew and Jonathan and older brother J.D. — produce real estate and construction-focused entertainment across multiple platforms.
Robert M. Ball
Robert M. Ball is an illustrator, designer, and comic artist who creates an array of work for clients, from book covers to calendars to posters. He has a knack for producing images in popular culture, from his Beautiful Death series and Game of Thrones commissions.
Travels with My Art
Art, sketches, and images by Ali Dunnell, an artist, photographer, and teacher living in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
The Baseline Scenario
Launched in 2008, The Baseline Scenario explains the key issues in the global economy and develops concrete policy proposals. Authored by Peter Boone, Simon Johnson, and James Kwak, the blog has been cited by every major publication covering economics and finance.
The Lovecraft eZine, founded and managed by editor Mike Davis, focuses on weird fiction, cosmic horror, and the Cthulhu Mythos.
Life, Photography, and Other Mistakes
On the blog of artist and photographer John Smith, you’ll find daily featured snapshots, from portraits to landscapes taken all over the world.
Author and speaker Charles Eisenstein publishes thought-provoking essays on politics, current events, international issues, science, the environment, and more.
At the online hub for Freakonomics, Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner have expanded upon their 2005 bestselling book of the same name — with a blog, radio show, and more.
VSB — short for Very Smart Brothas — is a daily digital magazine offering commentary, essay, and humor about news, pop culture, race, and sex.
Omenana is a tri-monthly magazine of speculative fiction from across Africa and the African Diaspora.
The Other Journal
At The Other Journal, theology intersects with culture. Presented twice yearly by the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology, it features writing on theology, politics, art, poetry, and more.
Afros y Paella
Initially a travel blog about a Black and African woman navigating life in Spain, Nneka Okona’s Afros y Paella has evolved into something larger: a space exploring how travel can be transformative.
The official blog of the Azimuth Project explores mathematics and physics, earth science and biology, computer science, and more. The blog is focused around what scientists and others can do to help save our planet.
Chocolate for Basil
At Chocolate for Basil, Jerrell and Eric publish recipes of beautifully prepared vegetarian dishes and snacks, desserts, and cocktails from a tiny Boston kitchen.
Cheri Lucas Rowlands
Not to be fed after midnight.Filter