No Newsletters Left Behind! [Part I]

50 new Substack newsletters from the past few months

The title of this post is misleading.1 I haven’t literally found all recent newsletters that weren’t in previous lists.

But I have found 100. And that’s 100 more than if I had given up because I lacked time to find them all.2

50 today, and 50 in Part II…

30,000 Feet: “30,000 Feet: A weekly newsletter exploring ideas and trends in the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry”

Aarati’s Thought forms: “Aarati Akkapeddi is a first-generation Indian-American, cross-disciplinary artist, educator, and programmer interested in the poetics and politics of datasets.”

AfterWork Reading: “We are a community-powered VC fund making pre-seed / seed stage investments in Australian and New Zealand companies. Share our community's collective wisdom, and aim to 'demystify' VC investing.”

Against the Grain: “Insights & Analysis on politics, Congress, history, the media, and food policy, with civility.”

Algo Fin: “Merging the world of mathematical modelling and finance, with a focus on currencies.”

Always Beta College: “We're always learning and now we're always sharing what we're learning.”

America, America: “Dispatches of alarm and hope, on politics and society. Because silence is not an option.”

Appellate Happenings: “A weekly summary of and periodic articles about appellate decisions from the federal courts.”

The Bias: “Global News, Political News”

The Bounty Brief: “Crypto bounties for data analysts.”

Breaking with Jon Schweppe: “Politics, Policy, Culture, Sports and Investing”

Buck on Software: “SaaS research by a pro”

Category Pirates: “The authority on category design/category creation.”

Chanhngu.vn’s Newsletter: “Ngu Truong's Notes on M&A and Business Law”

Chief Content Officer: “A weekly advice column about the new media, creator economy, startups in this space, and making sure your content doesn't suck.”

Conquesting Bread: “recipes and field notes from the kitchen”

Creative Startups: “The world's leading accelerator for creative entrepreneurs”

Culture Notes of an Honest Broker: “A trustworthy guide to music, books, arts, and culture”

Dadditude: “The Self-Care App Helping Dads Be Better Parents and Partners”

The Deleted Scenes: “Urbanism, culture, idiosyncrasy”

Deliberate: “Small-batch conversations on politics, policy, and culture.”

Do One Better: “A weekly informative newsletter highlighting the true cost behind common goods.”

Dracula Daily: “Get the classic novel Dracula, emailed to you in real time as it happens.”

EarthWatch: “Because you should never turn your back on Mother Earth”

The FleX of the Week: “Self-Building and Life Optimization”

FOREST: “Reality, stability, creativity and growing slowly”

Frontier Fintech Newsletter: “Frontier Fintech Newsletter”

Fully Canvassed: “Exclusive behind the scenes community content for fans of He Spoke Style with Founder, Brian Sacawa”

Future of the Law: “I write on the future of innovation in the law + all things law, technology and entrepreneurship.”

Goodfellaws: “Goodfellaws est l'allié des entrepreneurs et des investisseurs pour comprendre le droit et la fiscalité, découvrir des manières d'investir et d'entreprendre.”

The Graham Factor: “A Street-Level Take On Crime And Policing”

Grizzle Stock Safari: “Weekly breakdowns of growth sectors + write-ups of the 2 best positioned stocks - from portfolio managers who managed over $1B in growth capital 🚀”

harmonic series: “a newsletter for experimental music”

History Buzz: “History through a local lens / What's It Wednesdays / Miscellany Mondays / and more”

文社 Humanities and Social Sciences: “人文社科领域的必订邮件。A newsletter about humanities and social sciences.”

Imperfect Union: “All things constitutional, political, and presidential - past and present.”

I N Q U I R E: “Examining America's political, media, and elite class discourse with Zaid Jilani and Shant Mesrobian.”

Ingenuism: “Progress at the speed of thought”

The Interpreter: “Words matter.”

The KashBox: “News, views and how-to's re: SharePoint, OneDrive, Microsoft Lists and Microsoft Teams.”

Kinsey's Newsletter: “lots going on but this is the spot to keep up with what matters most. I'll be sharing more about my newfound self-employment, my thoughts on the creator economy, my experience building cool sh*t in my 20s, and more.”

KTF Press: “Leaving colonized faith for the Kingdom of God”

Le meilleur de Clubhouse: “Updates, Townhall, Hacks & Tips. Les infos que vous ne lirez pas ailleurs.”

Letters by Deepa: “Personal essays about people, places, and the process of writing my first book, by a Filipina-Indian writer in Amsterdam.”

Living in Interesting Times: “Things I like, things I think about, things I want to know more about, things that make me happy, sad or angry.”

Mala: “Cultura pop e entretenimento, com curadoria por Rodrigo James.”

Marš!: “Newsletter o e-commerce, marketingu, reklame a dátach. Kvalitné zdroje informácií doplnené o môj komentár alebo zhrnutie.

Mass Appeal: “Passionate Writing & Discourse On Pornography, Propaganda, and Public Policy By Jordan Laubaugh”

MatriarchyReport: “Research and reporting for people who believe having kids in the U.S. doesn’t have to be bananas”

Mental: Fighting the fragmentation of mental health one policy at a time: “A weekly newsletter calling out how timely topics are connected to mental health, and calling for actions to improve it.”

In two previous lists, I concluded with GIFs of Shakira from “The Voice,” to indicate that you should say “yes” and subscribe to newsletters. I liked the GIFs so much that I wanted to find another one … and here it is, this time featuring John Legend:

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Refreshing honesty. That’s good, right? 😉

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I might find all of them if you were a paid subscriber ** hint hint **

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