“My recent trip to Europe confirmed something I already knew: travel photographers need to embrace high ISOs.” Paris and Barcelona, through the lens of photographer Joe Becker.
Explore the Scottish landscape with photographer Karen Thorburn — including these puffins on the Isle of May.
If you sent David Sedaris to culinary school, you might end up with someone a bit like Michael Procopio — a writer with a keen eye for the foibles of humanity, a knack for blending humor and pathos, and a killer recipe for pork chops and applesauce.
Culinary historian Michael W. Twitty, who blogs at Afroculinaria, talks about exploring his identity through food and his forthcoming book, The Cooking Gene.
Dig into fun, insightful reviews of contemporary literature and book design from Dessa Bayrock, a self-professed English nerd and Canadian literature carnivore.
Meet André and Adélaïde Zollinger, the husband-and-wife team behind the gorgeous food blog Infinite Belly.
Korea-based blogger Lexi takes us on a nighttime tour of some of Seoul’s most noteworthy (and photogenic) monuments.
“Nobody considers himself to be the exotic furniture maker from rural Brasil. He consider himself Marco.” On travel, and the exotic “other” – AKA, people who happen to live in a different place than you.
“I’m not a writer who processes via blog. When I do that, the work I produce is often flecked with the bullshit I tell myself while trying to fend off harder truths.”
A collection of beautiful portraiture by photographer Peter on his blog, Prosophos.