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Singular, lively, vivid. Juliette has VOICE. I'm not sure I've ever read prose so brimming with metaphor and surprise at every corner.
Incisive, incredibly relatable essays on what it means to be a woman and a mother in a world run by Silicon Valley.
By far my favorite French-language discovery on Substack. Josiane is a superbly talented writer who tackles cancel culture, trauma and its after-effects with nuance and vulnerability.
Weekly dispatches of vulnerability and top-notch prose. I look forward to Lyle's singular essays about fatherhood, writing and this thing called life every Saturday. (He's quite the talented fiction writer, too!)