This Week in Words – Feb 2

by Treehouse Editors

compiled by Rachel Bondurant

What do Vonnegut, King, DFW, and Lovecraft have in common? Me, apparently. Their names are the results this website gave me when I copied some of my work into their generator to see who “I Write Like” (as the site’s name so aptly advertises). Fun fact: The first three names I got from inputting fiction; Lovecraft came up every time I put in a nonfiction piece, which is…awesome?

More Pride and Prejudice fun. I’m Mr. Darcy, surprising no one who knows me, I’m sure.

Treehouse contributor Ravi Mangla has a hilarious series of rejection notes for famous authors in BULL. Orwell and his talking vegetables. Mailer and his Highlights for Kids obsession. There are only three installments, so bookmark this page because you don’t want to miss the next one.

Emily Heist Moss says openly in this essay what every woman who has ever left her house has often only thought before now.

I don’t know about you, but I would definitely buy Shakespeare’s entire album on iTunes.

Happy Groundhog Day. Here’s hoping for an early Spring.