December 09, 2007
Faithful readers know Nicholas, Litbrit, Stephen, Ankush, John, and myself from our weekend posts on this blog. (While you've known me as 'Neil the Ethical Werewolf' here, I've decided to switch back to my human name for the new blog, at least while the moon remains in an oblong shape.) But there are three new writers we're bringing onto Cogitamus to whom you should be introduced.
The first, and probably the bearer of the most impressive resume among us all, is Lisa Simeone, who is now adding the humble practice of blogging to the long list of media she's worked in -- radio, TV, and all forms of high-profile print media.
The identity of the second is secret. He goes by Sir Charles, and does something very important and progressive in a capital city somewhere. I'm sure that he'll reveal more about himself as time passes, but I don't want to say any more, lest I accidentally tip off his enemies to his real name or his occupation or the location of his secret underground lair.
The third, Sara Anderson, is the one whom I've been reading for the longest time. Her blog, f-words, gets its name from some of the topics she writes on -- food, fact, fiction, and feminism, all of which I have positive feelings of different kinds towards. I've always found her writing completely wonderful. It's not a flashy kind of wonderful -- it's the subtle kind of wonderful where she writes a sentence that balances five different thoughts to get a complicated issue exactly right, and then she does that in the next sentence, and the next one, and the one after that, and at the end you're just nodding and going 'Yeah' because that's exactly what needed to be said. I'm overjoyed that we have her, and you can see her latest post at the new blog here.
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