Skip to content

The Marginalian

Marginalia on our search for meaning.

  • By Maria Popova
  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly three posts per week
  • First post on

Posts per month

Data for this chart is available in the table below
Posts per month
Month starting Posts
Oct 2022 8
Nov 2022 22
Dec 2022 26
Jan 2023 22
Feb 2023 19
Mar 2023 21
Apr 2023 14
May 2023 19
Jun 2023 15
Jul 2023 16
Aug 2023 15
Sep 2023 16
Oct 2023 15
Nov 2023 17
Dec 2023 16
Jan 2024 13
Feb 2024 12
Mar 2024 11
Apr 2024 12
May 2024 10

Any gaps could be due to errors when fetching the blog’s feed.

Most recent posts

No One You Love Is Ever Dead: Hemingway on the Most Devastating of Losses and the Meaning of Life
“We must live it, now, a day at a time and be very careful not to hurt each other.” Along the spectrum of losses, from the door keys to the love of one’s life, none …
On , by Maria Popova, 848 words
The Messiah in the Mountain: Darwin on Wonder and the Spirituality of Nature
Here we are, matter yearning for meaning, each of us a fragile constellation of chemistry and chance hurtling through a cold cosmos that has no accord for our wishes, takes no interest in our dreams. …
On , by Maria Popova, 803 words
On Giving Up: Adam Phillips on Knowing What You Want, the Art of Self-Revision, and the Courage to Change Your Mind
“Not being able to give up is not to be able to allow for loss, for vulnerability; not to be able to allow for the passing of time, and the revisions it brings.” “A self …
On , by Maria Popova, 1,399 words