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Loreteller does a mix of things, all written very thoughtfully. It's a deep thoughts kind of substack, and I find it really interesting to see things through Loreteller's lens.
Lyric is a great resource for all things neurodivergent. They've been through the ringer, they know what it's like, and they can put their very personal stories into words, to help explain and shed light for both neurotypicals and the neurodivergent. Highly recommended read.
I bought The Bright Ages. It was excellent. So reading this was an easy decision. It's interesting, it's properly researched, it doesn't fall into hard to read academic language. And they are great at applying their research to the here and now.
Meowster is a multi-marginalised streamer and content creator. This newsletter aims to weave together the various efforts Meowster and their community The Clowder, put towards helping marginalised people. At the moment it's brand new, but many plans are afoot!
Nadia is an outward-facing minister. She works as a prison chaplain, and gives us her sermons every week. She's always straightforward, and her focus is on giving us light. I've been a fan for years, so I'm really happy to be able to read these.