Lyle McKeany

Storyteller. Dad joke teller. Writing a memoir book and weekly stories. Husband. Proud step-dad and dad to a daughter with cerebral palsy.
Writes

Just Enough to Get Me in Trouble

Reads

Cheryl Strayed

One More Question

Sasha's 'Newsletter'

The Action Cookbook Newsletter

The New Fatherhood

The Rubesletter by Matt Ruby (of Vooza) | Sent every Tuesday

Welcome to Hell World

"Unbecoming" by Alicia Kenworthy

'Sorry, can you speak up? I have Tinnitus.'

ABBAPAPA

Against Time

Agents and Books

aliveness

Always Go

Another Normal

Atlas of Rabbit Holes

Bear Thoughts 🧸

bitches gotta eat!

Books, Marketing, & More

Boreta’s Newsletter

Coauthored

Complexity Condensed

CRAFT TALK

Cruel Summer Book Club

Curious Human

Daily Writing Habits

Deep Fix

Default Wisdom

Destroy Your Safe and Happy Lives

Facts & Feelings

Family Founder

Fiction Notes

Folded Sunset

Harris’s Newsletter

HUG

I love words and you.

Ideas & Musings

kyla’s Newsletter

Letters From Home & Away

Letters From Osasogie.

Life as a Lunatic

Living Ideas

Lonely Victories

Marketing Mind Meld

Maybe Baby

Memoir Monday

Mid-Am Crisis

More Emails!

Mostly Useful

My Super Secret Diary

Neckar’s New Money

Negative One to Zero

PAGE OF PULP

Plan Your Next

Podium Worthy

Product Lost by @hipcityreg

Recommentunde

riseyear

Road2Elsewhere

Robust

Seven O'Clock

Situation Normal

Small Big Ideas

Spark

Stew's Letter

Stories by Shiv

Stories of an Anxious Traveler

Storytelling with Impact

Strategic

Stuff Monica Listens To

Substack

Subtle Maneuvers

Survival by Book

The Anti-Newsletter

The Audacity.

The Cereal Aisle by Leandra Medine Cohen

The Commonplace

The Heart-To-Heart Letters.

The Idiot Report

The Jaunt

The Jungle Gym

The Lunar Dispatch

The Middle Path

The Minimizer

The Novelleist

The Pocket

The Profile

The Real Sarah Miller

The Sandbox by Jamie Banks

The SneakyArt Post

Tiny Revolutions

Tippets by Taps

TK News by Matt Taibbi

To Be And To Last

Transparent Tuesdays

Venn Diagrams

White Noise

Write Like a Mother