Find Me on Substack

26 Hours

My new newsletter, delivered to your inbox.

So, I did it. I joined Substack like all the cool kids and published my first post.

Or I published my first edition. Or installment. Or letter. Or whatever it is. Because I’m not entirely sure how Substack works.

What I do know is that it’s relatively easy to set up if you just want to write stuff, start a newsletter, build an audience, and make money from subscriptions. And you can move your existing email list or content over.

I don’t have much of a monetization plan — I’m just curious and along for the ride. The theme of the newsletter is inspired by one of my blog posts here from years ago, “26 Hours,” and loosely focused around time. Read the welcome message I published last night, and if you’re interested in following along there, please subscribe! Given my typically slow publishing pace, you’ll probably receive the newsletter very occasionally, like every two to three weeks, as I feel out what I want to do with it, if anything.

To be super-clear, this new newsletter is separate from this blog. You’ll need to subscribe to it by going to my Substack and entering your email address, and that content will be emailed to you. That said, am I completely abandoning this blog? No, I don’t think so. But if I make big changes like that, I’ll let you know.

Published by Cheri Lucas Rowlands

Senior editor and story wrangler, WordPress.com and Longreads. Not to be fed after midnight.

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