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What Would You Like to Learn This Year?

Cup of Jo Skillshare

Do you have a hobby, a secret talent or a side hustle? Do you ever want to learn something new, just for fun? For the last few years, the Cup of Jo team has belonged to Skillshare, the amazing online resource for learning about everything from how to draw landscapes to how to shuck oysters (and so much more). Here are some of the classes we’ve loved lately, plus a special offer from Skillshare…

Skillshare Classes

How to Take Pro Photos on an iPhone

Smartphone cameras are so sophisticated, it’s now possible to take professional level photos using only your phone. But how? This class, taught by trained photographer and social media star Dale McManus, teaches everything you need to take pro photos on a smartphone — without additional apps, lenses or other gear. From travel photos to still life to portraits, Dale covers everything. We were impressed by how comprehensive this class was, and couldn’t help but feel inspired by Dale’s infectious enthusiasm (and his amazing arms).

Skillshare Classes

Creative Writing: How to Write a Personal Essay

Putting your hopes, fears and dreams down on paper can be so therapeutic. That’s just one reason we love this class, on how to write a personal essay, with Roxane Gay. One more time: This class is taught by ROXANE GAY. Who better to explain the ins and outs of writing about your life than the bestselling author and essayist? “The hardest part of writing a personal essay is the belief that your story matters,” says Roxane. “But you are someone with something to share, and that’s really all that matters.” Yes!

Skillshare Painting Class

Learn to Paint with Gouache

You’ve likely seen illustrator Leah Goren’s work on book covers, ceramics, tote bags, clothing and in the world at large. If you’ve ever wanted to cultivate the artist within, her new class is perfect for beginning painters. Leah shares why she loves gouache, her favorite paint, beloved for its color and versatility. You’ll learn to paint different kinds of fruit (“which you can eat when you’re done!” Leah laughs) and the skills she demonstrates can eventually be applied to painting whatever your heart desires.

Skillshare Classes

Draw Your Day: Creating a Daily Practice

How lovely would it be to have a physical record of your thoughts and memories? Samantha Dion Baker is an illustrator and designer who loves to record everyday moments. “The tiniest thing becomes beautiful once it’s on the page,” she explains. In this class, Samantha shares her process of sketch journaling (half sketchbook, half journal). She walks you through some of her own gorgeous sketchbooks, then offers plenty of ideas, inspiration and techniques. Together, you create three different compositions, and by the end, you feel ready and inspired to continue a daily sketch practice.

Skillshare’s entire catalog includes thousands of courses on cooking, knitting, running a business and much more. If you’re interested in these or any other classes, you can browse them all here.

Bonus for all readers: Skillshare is offering Cup of Jo readers two months free! You’ll get a premium membership, which will give you access to their entire catalog of 25,000 classes free of charge by signing up here. Please note: A credit card is required to sign up, but you won’t be charged until the two-month trial period is up, and you can cancel at any time. Thank you so much, Skillshare!

Do you have a hobby? Do you take any classes in your spare time? We’d love to hear.

(Top photo by Ana Gambuto for Cup of Jo. This post is sponsored by Skillshare, a company we use and love. Thanks for supporting the brands that help keep Cup of Jo running.)

  1. A. Jackson says...

    I want to take a quilting class this year. There is a sewing supply shop a couple miles away from my house, which is geared toward the art of quilting. I’m a teacher and this will be a great way to spend my summer break this year.

    • Sasha L says...

      You might like this project to start, you wouldn’t need a class. http://acuppaandacatchup.com/2011/03/quilt-as-you-go-strip-quilt-tutorial/
      It’s a quilt as you go project. You just sew strips of fabric onto batting and backing, and then bind. There’s no separate quilting step. I started making these a few years ago when my oldest graduated high school, I made her a big quilt. Now I make crib size (just easier to manage) and they make wonderful lap quilts, or for babies and children.

  2. Kelly says...

    This year I am picking up knitting again so I can knit cute little sweaters for my little boy. I gave up on it a few years ago after getting bored making straight scarves. And I also want to improve my hand lettering/calligraphy- it’s amazing how often that skill is needed! So useful.

  3. Aga says...

    This site and offer are amazing!!! I am definitely signing up to take the personal essay class, and forwarding this link to my friends. Thank you Cup of Jo and Skillshare!

  4. Laura C. says...

    This year I want to:
    1) overcome my phobia and drive a car (I have a license but then I got the phobia)
    2) take a course of Advanced English and get the official C1 European level (C2 is the top level)

    • Olivia says...

      I got the phobia too! I passed my test years ago so I would never be a Mum Who Doesn’t Drive and then I got the phobia after my kids were born and became one anyway!

      Do you have a car? Want to work on this together?!

    • Laura C. says...

      Yes I do, my husband’s car, but after 15 years having my license I have never driven a car being alone in it. I start panicking. I would love to have a pal with this challenge Olivia!

  5. Linda Z says...

    I take a Broadway vocal performance class every semester and sing in a couple class concerts at the end. The sparked a reignited love for DLSR photography, and I’ve started taking online courses, and have improved immensely. Artistic me is returning! It feels good!

    • Kelly says...

      Any recommendations for some good online courses?

  6. Sara says...

    Does anyone know, are the Skillshare videos captioned? (or even subtitled) As a deaf/HOH individual I miss out a lot on these teaching courses since the producers or owners of these sites don’t seem to take the time to make their videos accessible. Would love to try a few classes but thought I’d ask! Thank you.

    • Emme says...

      Captions are available!

    • Abbey says...

      This inspires me to want to take an ASL course. I hope they have that!

  7. I’d love to take another ceramics class and really work on wheel work.
    I’m also teaching myself how to make jams that require sterilized jars, water baths, and that whole thing.

    • Sasha L says...

      I love Pomona’s natural pectin for making jam. It makes the process really simple, uses less sugar or you can use honey, and really delicious too!

  8. gwenda says...

    Knitting – my day is not complete without knitting a few rows.
    relaxing and productive !!

    • Susanne says...

      YES! I just learned how to knit too! Incidentally i learned on Skillshare through another site’s promotion. I love knitting now! I’m working on a chunky hat. I can’t believe it took me this long to get into knitting!

  9. Kelly Libby says...

    just last night, i looked up Italian Language classes. I love languages.

  10. Cynthia says...

    I sew and do machine embroidery. I just bought a new sewing/embroidery machine since my old one could not be repaired. I’m learning the ins and outs of it, and it is amazing! I read a lot, so I’m always learning something new.

  11. Katie says...

    I want to learn about stuff I currently find deeply boring or confusing, like cars and retirement accounts! And weather systems! Or how to use a kitchen knife properly! I refuse to turn 30 without this knowledge.

  12. Julie says...

    Franny, can you share where your hoop earrings are from? Love!

  13. Amanda says...

    I’m taking a SketchUp class for interior designers. I’m an engineer by trade so this has been a good experience exercising the other half of my brain. I’ve been doing e-design and decorating on the side so this will be a fun way to take it to the next level this year.

  14. Louisa says...

    I bought several clock kits over the holiday break — I don’t know how one would begin to have an actual watchmaking hobby, but I was so curious to learn how non-battery-operated clocks are made. So I have 3 funky little clocks now; it wasn’t too different from making a puzzle, really, except it was harder to undo a mistake… but not sure what the next step is!

    I also really want to try my hand at linocut – and there’s a class on Skillshare! – now I just need to carve out the time (hahaha).

  15. Laura says...

    I took art all the way through school but chose social work for my degree instead of art college. After dipping in and out for years, I *finally* dropped off my first set of watercolours to the printers and have some owners for them already! It may seem like a small step, but to see my work professionally printed will be a dream come true!

    • celeste says...

      Wow! congrats!

    • Laura says...

      Thank you Celeste!

  16. Camila says...

    Hi! On 2018 I graduated from Law School so Im a lawyer now. However my long time passion has always been Art History. For that reason, I decided to sign up on the Art History 2019 Class at the National Museum of Fine Arts of Buenos Aires. Im beyond exited!

    • Heather says...

      Wow Camila! That is awesome. Congratulations on finish law school, I hope you enjoy your art class. What a lovely way to celebrate your interests and success! ❤️

  17. Nina says...

    I’m taking a course on facebook ads. I’ve done copy and content writing for years and this felt like a great route to go to better serve my clients (my current clients have had really good success on FB with boosted posts I’ve created but I want to expand out). I’m always taking more marketing courses but that’s what I do…I love learning

  18. Clara says...

    Three cheers for hobbies! A year and a half ago, I was inspired to take up the tuba. It’s a forgiving instrument to learn, and, I’ve discovered, it’s impossible to be in a bad mood while you play it. The tuba is joy, distilled!

    • A says...

      I played the tuba all through high school and I loved it! I agree that it’s impossible to be in a bad mood while you play it! Maybe I should start again! It’s only been 28 years!!! Like riding a bike right?

  19. Hayley says...

    I want to learn Python for financial modeling, but first I will probably have to cram really hard for a cert exam in June.

    I also want to start cooking more from the beautiful cookbooks I have accumulated but rarely open. Does anyone else buy them because you love the author(s), but never actually cook from them but rely on their online recipes instead? Lucky Peach (101 easy asian recipes), Dining In, The Food Lab and Smitten Kitchen, here I come :-)

  20. Gillian says...

    I think cup of jo Is the best in the business for sponsored content. It is written so authentically and in true COJ tone of voice that as a head of marketing and a longtime reader, I really appreciate. It’s tales real skill to balance the demands of brands and keep a blog authentic.

    I also really trust Jo and and her team so even if it is sponsored content I know the team wouldn’t push something on us that they don’t believe in. A quick win monetarily would be a longtime loss for Jo and the team as it would detriment the whole feeling of this blog and the community it has built.
    Hats off to Jo and the team for carefully selected partnerships, honesty and wonderful writing!

    • Emily says...

      I agree completely. I honestly love reading your sponsored posts. Keep up the great work cup of jo.

    • K says...

      Just chiming in to say I sincerely, wholeheartedly agree :)
      Way to go, COJ!

    • Hillary F. says...

      I am a CMO and I totally agree. It is tricky and they do it really well.

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      Thank you so much! These comments mean so much to me xoxo

  21. Lisa says...

    I’m scared / excited because I’ve signed up for a novel writing course. I’m in the process of writing my second novel. The first one took an embarrassing long time, and now I want to pull it apart and completely restructure it, but that seemed so much I started a second one instead.
    I’m excited because in my fantasy world it would be published and I’m in the middle of an insane career crisis, and this seems a good distraction / change of course. But, I’m scared because I have two small kids, a husband and a FT job so I know I’m going to be shattered for about ten weeks. And what if I do it and find out I suck as a writer? I’ll know in about 3 months

    • Sasha L says...

      Lisa, this sounds so brave! I admire you. Best of luck. I hope you discover you are an amazing writer, and you’re able to follow your dreams as a writer!

    • Yoko says...

      I read this comment and thought I had written it myself! I also have two small kids, a husband and a FT job and just signed up for a creative writing class which I hope will help me finish my first novel. What an amazing accomplishment to finish your first novel. Hope to finish mine one of these days as well!

      Best of Luck!

      PS I find that 88 Cups of Tea and First Draft podcasts are incredibly helpful for my writing endeavor so far.

    • Amy F. says...

      Lisa,
      I’m just about to publish my first book and I want to say: we’re all scared and excited (often more scared than excited). Everybody feels like they suck as a writer sometimes. It’s just insecurity, not a voice of truth. You can do it!!!

    • Diana K. says...

      Don’t be ashamed about how long it took! Seriously. Most people spend an embarrassing long time not working towards anything. This is a huge accomplishment, even if it took a lifetime.

  22. My rule of thumb: never stop learning! :) One of the things I’d like to perfect this year – soon, preferably – is my flip turn in swimming. I’ll go faster and have an uninterrupted swim! At the moment, I get them right only half the time. Sigh. Not sure Skillshare is going to help with this one though!

    • Alexandra says...

      Me, too! Best of luck to you! The flip turn has been so challenging for me, even though I swim much and often – do you have any suggestions, like you tube videos, or do you take a few private swim lessons? I would love to know. I just joined a new pool and have been swimming three times a week, and I am so motivated to get better and faster. Thank you!

  23. Alexandra says...

    For 2019 I’ve given myself the goal to finally learn to cross-country ski! I’ve and voilà: a friend arranged a weekend in the snow next weekend and I’m scheduled for a beginners course. I cant wait! snowy and hearty greetings from Switzerland to all of you <3

    • Emily says...

      Cross country skiing is so much fun and great exercise!! It’s one of the few things I enjoy about winter. Enjoy your snowy weekend.

    • Kelly says...

      My husband and I are just getting into cross country skiing together- we had our toddler babysat on Saturday and spent all day skiing through a perfect winter wonderland. It’s an AWESOME hobby! xo

  24. Emme says...

    I’ve been trying to learn more about photography, graphic design, and illustration without going into debt in fear that learning these skills would not be worth the cost. I’m excited to try Skillshare! Thank you! xo

  25. vi says...

    Last year, I’ve followed Susan Orlean’s class on Skillshare, thanks to Cup of Joe. I highly recomand it, I’ve learnt so much ! I’m reading now her last book, The library book : wonderful. Thanks for sharing your favorite classes.

  26. Melinda says...

    I speak 3 languages fluently (not bragging!) but 2 years ago I started learning French additionally. I do not need it for my job or anything. But I´ve always felt drawn to it. And this year I want to start learning to play the piano. I will be 32 this February. I have short fingers and a not so good arm-leg/hand-foot-coordination. (I am looking at you european manual transmission cars.) So all odds are against me. So do many say at least. But I MUST try it. Even if I fail, at least I tried. : ) I find it true that others tell you what you can not do, because they are the ones in doubt. If you feel it in your guts, try it! : )

  27. Heather says...

    Thank you for sharing the info about the iPhone photo class! One of my intentions this year is to get back spend more time in the kitchen after a busy few months settling into a new city and a new job. My goal is to bake a different cake every month and improve my food photography game. The course offered on Skillshare is a great fit and I can’t wait to check it out – I’m hoping I can find some courses on cake decorating and food photography too! As a long time Cup of Jo reader I really appreciate how seamlessly you guys work your sponsored posts into the blog and how you chose to work with brands that provide interesting, fun and valuable services to your readers. I’ve discovered some of my favourite companies through your blog and it is part of what keeps me coming back. Keep up the great work COJ team!

  28. Ingrid says...

    That is such a beautiful picture of Franny! Franny, you look lovely. And her eyebrows!! Ok, maybe this is silly, but i am SO relieved to see someone with normal eyebrows. Don’t get me wrong, I love all those Cara-Delevingne-esque brows i see almost everywhere (magazines, billboards, friends), but it was just refreshing to see ..well…normal eyebrows.

    • Franny Eremin says...

      Ingrid, thank you!! They’re so small I can’t do anything to them even if I wanted to, haha :)

    • Amy says...

      I second the eyebrows comment. They are beautiful and natural looking!

    • Susan T says...

      I agree! And I would love to know where her lovely blouse is from.

    • Sadie says...

      I keep hoping that we’re going to learn from these eyebrow trends that a variety of brow types can look good and we should all just embrace what we’ve been given.

      Mine are somewhere between Cara Delevingne and Bert from Sesame Street. May all of our brows have their day in the sun.

    • Franny Eremin says...

      “Mine are somewhere between Cara Delevingne and Bert from Sesame Street. May all of our brows have their day in the sun.”

      Hahahah, YES SADIE!

  29. Hali says...

    I’ve used skillshare before- I didn’t even finish the course, but looking back I realize that it totally jump started my current career. Thanks for reminding me of it!

    I think I might get my mom one of their DSLR photo courses for her birthday. If anyone has experience with it, I’d love to know how useful it might be to a 62 year old woman who is pretty tech savvy but definitely not a millennial. I got her a Canon starter kit for Christmas in 2017 but she never uses it! She dropped so many hints about wanting that camera but I think she got overwhelmed by it!

  30. celeste says...

    How cool! I’m taking classes to earn a social media certificate. I’d love to change career paths slightly and break into marketing this year.

  31. Aubree says...

    Where is the polka dot shirt from? So cute!

    • LEE ANN says...

      Yes. Inquiring minds want to know … and hope it comes in other colours.

    • deannagabriel says...

      I was wondering the exact same thing!

    • Franny Eremin says...

      It’s from Sézane! And comes in a bunch of pretty patterns :) http://bit.ly/2Di8uNU

      xx

  32. Missy says...

    I’m in week 2 of an 8 week French course! Been a goal of mine for awhile, and the husband is from France, so I decided this year to stop talking about it and start doing it. Cheers to 2019 and all the things we’ll learn ☺️

  33. I have been taking a free course on Fashion Design on Coursera, offered by the MoMa. It has changed the way I look at online learning completely.

  34. Emily K says...

    Franny, I just LOVE your hair! Adorable!

    • Franny Eremin says...

      Aw, thanks!

  35. Dienesa says...

    Ooo is Franny at Salter House? I love that place!

    • Franny Eremin says...

      Yes, you called it! It’s the best. So serene and lovely.

  36. Lorena says...

    All of these classes look fantastic! My goal is to learn how to knit this year. I am hoping that typing it publicly will hold me accountable.

    • Kim says...

      Ha ha! I hear you on the accountability. I’ve found that the only way for me to stay knitting is to be a part of a group. Luckily, we have several in my area. You can learn on Youtube or take a class at a Joanne’s or a local craft store. It really only takes a few hours to learn the basics. Then see if you can find an existing group at a coffee shop, library, place of worship, etc. That will keep you knitting.

  37. Kara says...

    I learned to fly a plane last year, so this year I want to add on a new rating.

    • agnes says...

      Waouh! I’m curious to know what you want to learn, now!

    • Kara says...

      Kara, I’m looking to add an instrument rating:)

      Flying is so amazing! It was a humbling learning experience for sure, but incredibly freeing. I don’t think about anything else when I’m in the plane. It’s like a completely different headspace. I love it.

  38. Ariel Dang-Tran says...

    It’s not manipulative when you get to choose whether or not enjoy the blog and the free content when you want. So long as sponcon is clearly labeled, then I think bloggers should have the opportunity to support themselves for the work they do!

  39. Ceridwen says...

    I would love to learn more about psychology and how to make better salads (!). I’d also like to learn how to recognise classic music (composers of songs or are they pieces??) and, as every year since I was 16, how to drive. 40 this year. Time.

    • Lauren says...

      Just had to reply….I turn 40 this year and learning to drive is my goal as well! It’s nice to hear about other people in the same boat. Here’s to facing the fear of the open road!

  40. Hope says...

    Yay two months!! Just signed up, I’ve been considering it for a few weeks and couldn’t pass this up. Thanks COJ!! xoxo

  41. Maywyn says...

    Learn the Chinese and Eygptian languages. French is in progress.

  42. Denise says...

    These are super cool. I want to learn how to use a sewing machine and to mend my own clothes this year. Also, photography is ever on my list of things to excel at. Thanks for the reminder!

    • Sasha L says...

      Sewing is so fun, best of luck. I love picking out fabric for a project and slowly but surely improving my skills. Tomorrow I’m picking up fabrics for a quilt for my dad’s 80th birthday in a few weeks.

  43. I have been wanting to learn how to make stained glass for YEARS but was too nervous to take a class alone. But I just signed up for a 10 week class that starts next week and I can’t wait!

    Also, I love skillshare! I took a bunch of Surface Design classes on there and it inspired me to teach my own class. If anyone is interested in learning cross-stitch, look for my Learn to Cross Stitch: Pizza, Popcicles, and Records class :)

    • sara says...

      Amazing! I have cross stitch kits I haven’t explored because I’m nervous! I’ll check your class out.

      Stained glass has been on my list for ages. 2020 for me! (too many other goals!)

    • Janelle says...

      I completed the second day of my stained glass class last night and I am blown away by how easy it is to get the initial skills down to make something! I already created a suncatcher and am on my way to create a panel. Enjoy 😊

  44. Lulu says...

    I plan to take a sewing class this year. My mother was a seamstress for a few years when I was growing up. She couldn’t afford to buy a lot of our clothes so she made most of our clothes. It was not only a thrifty was of saving money, but a labor of love.

    Now that I’m a mother I want to learn how to sew so I can at least make my son Halloween costumes. And, perhaps a few cute summer dresses for me.

  45. Ingrid says...

    Last year I took on a challenge to bake 52 new recipes. I love baking, but had fallen into baking banana bread and blueberry muffins for my kids, without the challenge and reward if more complicated recipes. The one thing I didn’t consistenly bake well at the end of the year is sourdough, so this year I’d like to get better at baking bread, specifically sourdough.

    • Christy says...

      Sourdough is hard! It’s allbdependent on the starter! Best of luck!

    • Sasha L says...

      Ingrid, I love your baking challenge!! So much fun.

      I recently restarted baking sourdough this past fall. I’d done it years ago, then life got too busy, but my life is calm right now so I’m back at it. I love figuring out what’s going right and wing with a particular batch. I’ve just about got the kinks out after a few months and just gave away a few cups to friends to start their own. It’s fun! And so delicious.

    • celeste says...

      Love this goal!

  46. Diana McNeill says...

    I have been taking private Italian lessons every Friday evening (for the past year). Adesso, posso parlare l’italiano! My friends chipped in an bought me a DSLR camera, so now I am learning photography. This year’s resolution was to learn how to cook. So I’ve got a few things going on ;)

  47. Jenny says...

    I know this isn’t the point of the post, but I love Franny’s blouse! Could you share where it’s from?

  48. Moe says...

    Is it just me or are 80% of your posts sponsored now? I know this is the route all blogs have gone down at this point, but it feels a bit manipulative and leaves me feeling bummed. Been a long time reader but am going to stop checking cupofjo as much.

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      Nope! We do only 1 (sometimes 2, but rarely) sponsored posts per week, out of the 10 posts we do per week. So it’s only 10%! :) We choose only brands and products we love and use ourselves, and we are grateful to work with them since it helps keep the blog running and allows me to pay employees and contributors fair rates and offer health and dental insurance. Thank you so much for understanding and reading! Xoxo

    • Em says...

      I see both sides of the coin. I understand the need for sponsored content. I just wish there was a more graphical representation so I knew before clicking. Often times I miss the “sponsored post” headline at the top because it seems pretty seamless with the rest of the blog style (which I guess is really good for the sponsors). Maybe put the whole post with a light gray backing box? Just a minor suggestion.

    • Jenny L says...

      There are blogs I follow that bring me so much enjoyment each day….and I don’t have to pay a single penny for that! Thank you!! Occasionally I do buy a sponsored item because I like the taste of those bloggers I choose to follow.

    • Sasha L says...

      I wish ALL advertising was as fun as COJ’s sponsored posts. I mean, sure, this post is trying to sell something but there’s also just a lot of fun content, as well as interesting comments. I’m actually intrigued by what other readers are learning.

    • CB says...

      Jo and her team graciously put the sponsored headline in after reader requests for that. I see it every time, and I’m still interested in reading the posts because the team is genuinely recommending the product. The sponsored posts are true to the style of the blog and aren’t clunky or pushy. Not sure what can be critiqued here!

    • agnes says...

      I find it amazing that we have Cup of Jo’s content for free all the time! I would totally subscribe if you decided you needed us readers to do that. I am so greatful for your choice of sponsors, they’re just not like any ads. You’re great writers, great editors. Thank you so much. You deserve an award for best content, highest ethics, and best community of readers.

    • Nikki says...

      I feel so lucky to read and enjoy this blog for free everyday. I would gladly click over more sponsored posts if it meant that I got to continue to read this wonderful blog and Jo is able to fairly pay and support her employees.

    • K says...

      I’m with you, Nikki! If my “click” contributes to fair salaries and access to health insurance, it’s sooo worth it. Plus – I’m always curious to see what COJ is promoting anyway, because I know they wouldn’t promote just anything. And like Sasha L mentioned – the content is always interesting enough to get a good discussion going in the comments section.

      Moe, since you’re a longtime reader who’s been enjoying free, quality content on COJ for years, perhaps you’ll reconsider your reluctance to click through on the (carefully selected) sponsored content that helps these writers/editors make a fair living :)

  49. Kate says...

    I want to take a class to improve my knife skills, especially after the salad post the other day! I just chop chop chop everything inelegantly and I know I could do better.

    • Alexandra says...

      If you have a Sur La Table in your area, they do have knife skills classes.

  50. Chelsey says...

    Franny, I can’t get over your lip color! May I ask what lipstick you are wearing?

    • Franny Eremin says...

      Yes, thank you!! It’s Glossier Gen G in crush: http://bit.ly/2U0Nn87

      xx

  51. Diana says...

    where is that bracelet Franny is wearing from? so dainty and beautiful!

    • Franny Eremin says...

      Thank you so much, Diana! It’s from Catbird, linked here. :)

  52. Erin says...

    Wait, Roxanne Gay is teaching a class?!? That I can sign up for? Running around in a tizzy of excitement over here!!!

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      I KNOW!!!!!!! she’s incredible.