Fave Links Friday 9/20: Food Allergies, Slave Ships, Skulls and More!

If you’ve found yourself wondering where all the good writing’s gone, I’ve decided to share some of my favorite links with you on a weekly basis! It might be short fiction, it might be news articles, it might be random blog posts from me and from others!

None of these links are sponsored. I really just liked them!

Don’t forget, you can check out previous weeks’ lists in the Fave Links Friday category!

I strongly encourage you to call your representatives and tell them you won’t stand for concentration camps, and that we need some goddamn gun control. You can use Common Cause to find out who your reps are and what they stand for if you aren’t sure.

I’ve got quite a variety of links for you today, because, well, I like a lot of things. I don’t have much personal news to share with you, but I hopefully will have some in the next few weeks! In the meantime, enjoy the links!

Y’all know I don’t play when it comes to food allergies. This article is a great resource to use to talk about this issue with people who don’t take food allergies seriously.

‘Eating that meal could kill you’: when cooks don’t take food allergies seriously


I also really loved a tiny short story from Shira Glassman that does have spoilers for THE SECOND MANGO. I highly recommend it if you’re a fan of the series. It’s just… heartwarming and great.


Ever wondered how Isaac first learned how to shapeshift? (Happy Pesach, my friends.)


This next piece on National Geographic is incredibly important and beautifully written. This is such a huge part of world history that has gone entirely without study until now. Go read it.

Most slave shipwrecks have been overlooked—until now


Last but not least, I have an article or you to read about skulls. Yes, you read that right. Skulls.  It’s super scientific and interesting to think about, but also kind of scary because who would have thought that this was even possible? Anyway, check it out. You’ll definitely have a lot to think about afterward.

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