On Lives 2.0 Site Map

What's New Around Here

You’ve stuck with us for one year, and now it’s paid off. Welcome to the new On Lives! Our website is now fully-expandable, fully-automated, and fully-loaded with new content! Plus, it looks cooler.

We’ve add several new sections just for you, our cultured, discerning readers. We can tell you’re curious people, interested in more than just artwork and non-fiction writing. With the goal of making On Lives a richer experience for our readers, listeners, and lookers, we’ve been building a stockpile of unique and varied content.

Here’s a breakdown of our luscious, new sections:

Music features reviews of albums, musical events, and analyses of bands both popular and obscure. Check out our first article, On Spoon.

Comics contains an assortment of hilarious comic strips written and illustrated by our in-house personnel, including long-time On Lives contributor Greg Rutherford Farrell. Find Greg’s latest, On Subways, here.

Fiction prints original fiction written by our in-house writers as well as talented up-and-comers. The first chapter of Matt Longo’s, “Sacred Commodities: Adventures in Spiritual Dishonesty,” is a first for our new fiction section.

Other archives everything else we want to write about, including reviews of books and zines, events, and other cultural oddities. Easy Jaws, a Boston-based food zine, is a recent publication worth getting excited about.

Podcast broadcasts high-fidelity audio recordings of On Lives Essays read by our staff. Why not download these mp3s and listen to On Lives on your iPod, in your car, or while doing dishes?

Excerpts from each of these sections can be quickly perused simply by loading up the new On Lives frontpage! Set onlives.net as your browser homepage and you’ll have the fastest possible On Lives-to-eyeball delivery.

Of course, we’ll always continue to publish the illustrated, topical essays On Lives is known for. The most recent “On” Essay is conveniently located right on the top fold of our homepage.

For the One Year Anniversary of On Lives, we present, On Junk Drawers.

We’ve sharpened our skills, re-evaluated our attack, and are poised for production. On Lives Year Two promises to be an exciting one. We hope you stick with us as we take an even closer look at lives!

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