1. Every record tells a story

    From indie rock to metal and blues, Every record tells a story is a blog about vinyl, live performances, and above all: a music lover’s commitment to discovering new artists to explore.

    Music
  2. David Walbert

    Writer and crafstman David Walbert publishes thoughtful essays, observations, poems, stories, and other formats on history, food and agriculture, culture and religion, education, and craft work.

    Authors
  3. African Book Addict!

    African Book Addict!, a site run by Ghanaian-American blogger Darkowaa, celebrates literature from Africa and the African diaspora through book reviews and book chats with fellow readers and writers.

    Books
    Photo credit: MAK
  4. Quam Proxime

    Kathryn Hume works in the artificial intelligence sector, but has a background in philosophy and literature. On her blog, she publishes essays that bring together her interests in tech, language, culture, and more.

    Art
  5. Baker Man

    UK-based Callum loves to bake — sweet or savory, Eton mess or French tart, easy or hard. One look at his cakes, and you’ll be pulling out the flour and butter yourself.

    Cooking
  6. The Caffeine Chaser

    On her new blog, The Caffeine Chaser, Cape Town-based Mandie Swart explores the city’s vibrant cafĂ© scene and her own coffee obsession, one cup at a time.

    Culture
  7. Being Her by Hermon and Heroda

    Hermon and Heroda are twins who became deaf at age seven. At their blog, Being Her, they share their love for fashion, travel, and photography.

    Fashion
  8. The Alan Turing Institute

    The Alan Turing Institute is the United Kingdom’s national institute for data science. Turing’s work in theoretical and applied mathematics, engineering, and computing are considered to be the foundation of the data science field.

    Data
  9. Victorian Illustrated Shakespeare Archive

    The Victorian Illustrated Shakespeare Archive contains 3000+ illustrations from the major editions of Shakespeare’s Complete Works. It brings the visual culture of the past into the present and helps to make Shakespeare’s work more accessible.

    Books
  10. Manuscript Notes

    Do you think classical music is too complicated, too stodgy, or too boring? Nick is here to open your musical horizons and show you why he loves it. Welcome to the world of Dvorak, Mozart, and Schubert.

    Music