Substack: five of the best from the niche newsletter platform

Writers have embraced Substack to cut out the middle man. The result is an eclectic library of anything and everything

Substack is best known as the newsletter platform that lured several well-known writers and journalists away from established news outlets this year.

Glenn Greenwald, Matthew Yglesias and Andrew Sullivan, formerly of the Intercept, Vox Media and New York Magazine respectively, have all jumped ship to sell their work directly to subscribers via the service.

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