The tragic news of the week was, of course, the Orlando mass shooting. And all of them are writerly types . . .
- Kim Fahner reflects on Orlando, loss, and soul connections. The Republic of Poetry.
- Jim C. Hines presents some thoughts and facts, in no particular order.
- Chuck Wendig offers his thoughts: recipe for a shooting. Terribleminds.
- Porter Anderson tackles the topic for Writer Unboxed: writers in time of terror.
CIA undercover. Powerful message.
Will your job go extinct? Janet McFarland lists all the prospects for The Globe and Mail.
An estimated six million Canadians live in isolation. Social researchers are now calling it a hidden epidemic. Andre Picard for the UC Observer.
‘Forest bathing’ embraces the healing power of trees. CTV News.
Laser technology reveals cities concealed under the earth which would have made up the world’s largest empire in 12th century. The Guardian.
The Heraldic College of Arms includes rules for same sex couples.
13 untranslatable words that reflect the complexity of love. CBC.
A dying star metamorphoses into a butterfly. Phil Plait for Slate.
White curtain auroras over Finland. Design you trust.
The Public Domain Review features the Compendium of Demonology and Magic (c. 1775).
The unbelievable tale of Jesus’ wife. Ariel Sabar for The Atlantic. And for balance, Karen King responds to the unbelievable tale of Jesus’ wife.
It’s all good.
See you on the weekend for some DIYMFA catch-up 🙂