Posts Tagged: selfies
The refusal of such a woman, who lived in such a time, to be silent created a new mold for the self…
Karen Swallow Prior, writing for the Atlantic, shares her essay on Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre and its roots in the Protestant Reformation that contributed to the Western idea of the self—and so, inevitably, selfies....more
(Dan Weiss is out on tour with his band The Yellow Dress. He’ll be back on August 3rd.)
While we’re getting rid of the flag, here’s some other Confederate memorabilia we should get rid of....more
Let’s all take a moment to appreciate that Twitter has realized its true purpose, achieving an all-time high point in social-media history—and, indeed, in human civilization—with one stunning development: Margaret Atwood’s adorable selfies of her and Alice Munro celebrating Munro’s Nobel win....more
Bookshelves + selfies = bookshelfies!
That’s the simple and delightful concept behind the Bookshelfies Tumblr started by our very own Isaac Fitzgerald along with Believer editor Max Fenton.
Click through to see people (and dogs and skateboards) posing with their personal libraries—and to submit your own bookshelfie!...more
Oliver Bendorf, a writer/editor/cartoonist, gives us a glimpse into the mindset of anxious produce....more