I'm no artist (<--see sad cake from painting for non-majors class), but I love visual work and right now I'm loving in particular the work here by artist Heidi Yardley. She says that she explores "the sinister world of dreams and subconscious desire", which might be the reason I've visited these paintings more than twice. (Not to mention the other lovely-weird-compelling images on her website).
The new special issue #2 of Specter is killer. Specter is always killer, and I love the diverse group of voices and styles they champion. But this all-women issue is a standout (and with some wonderful first-time folks, too).
And: I'm a little late on it, but this n+1 piece about "ladyblogs" is excellent. Check it out here. (Especially if you're a fan of ladyblogs).
I love this piece by Roxane Gay, "How to Be Friends With Another Woman", which was included in the How-To Issue Blog (a response to the New York Times Book Review's How-To issue).
I love this essay in the Atlantic and its moving claim for why "having enough" > "trying to have it all".
And I love this wild ditty by Mureall Hébert in the final issue of >kill author.