Links: the journals
It was just way too inconvenient to do my daily journal run when they were
in the middle of the links page like that, and besides, I found the Audience
web ring and liked the idea.
The journal that got me started on reading journals, and eventually
writing one. I've known Heather since my first year of college (almost
7 years now. Eep!) and was thrilled when she started one-woman focus group.
Since we live several states apart, we don't get to see each other or talk
too often, but now I feel so much more connected to her life. In some ways,
I think I have more access to the things she's thinking about through the
journal than I did when we lived in the same house.
nobody knows anything
Heather's first recommendation. This is apparently one of the
"old-time", famous journals. I don't really follow the journaling scene
proper, but I can see why nka would earn status in a community; the writing
is excellent, witty and interesting.
first person particular
I don't remember which journal this was recommended in; I don't think
it is one I still read. One of the things I love about this journal is
she keeps surprising me; my picture of her life and world just keeps getting
until the end of
a writing man
I don't understand his poetry, but his journal is very entertaining.
It has a lovely wry flavor.
Viv's recommendation. Her prose is just lovely.
more than this
I dig her sense of humor (the "april 1" edition of the journal was rather...epic.)
The tentative add-ons (i.e., the ones I'm just starting to read and
am not addicted to yet.)
The Garden Journals:
The Pittsburgh journals:
The Private Parts
artist's sketchbook webring I am intrigued with, and am slowly exploring.
It does give me lots of ideas for how I could improve my own journal.
Audience site owned by Jeliza.
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