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At his eponymous website, Mark Bittman — formerly a food columnist at the New York Times — shares well-curated recipes from his vast repertoire and collects some of his writing on food, cooking, and culture.
A literary arts annual from editors Jason Teal and Nathan Floom, publishing “fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, drama, comics, or any hybrid thereof” along with book reviews and interviews.
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At Fortune, Dan Lyons shares an excerpt from his upcoming book on working as a middle-aged man at HubSpot, a youthful startup he calls “a cross between a kindergarten and a frat house.”
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