Here’s the first installment in a series I plan on running weekly, rounding up an assortment of interesting reads from around the interwebs that I’ve found pretty incredible and inspiring.
This first roundup coves a few things I’ve found over the last couple of weeks, and moving forward will include more recent reads from that week.
Read something interesting this week? Share away in the comments section below.
- ”The Daily Routines of Famous Creative People” (Electric Literature)
- ”Back From Yet Another Globetrotting Adventure, Indiana Jones Checks His Mail And Discovers That His Bid for Tenure Has Been Denied” (McSweeney’s Internet Tendency)
- ”Leonard Cohen on Creativity, Hard Work, and Why You Should Never Quit Before You Know What It Is You’re Quitting” (Brain Pickings)
- ”Sherlock Holmes’ Resume: INFOGRAPHIC” (Galley Cat)
- ”The Sunday Rumpus Essay: The Echo of Hemingway’s Shotgun” (The Rumpus)
- “Big Week” (Zadie Smith, The Paris Review)
- ”How I Fell Back In Love With Running” (No Meat Athlete)
- When You Feel Purposeless and Fear You’re Wasting Time (Tiny Buddha)