Audacious is written, edited, and produced by K.Q. Dreger.

This site is run out of my own pocket and in my spare time. What it lacks in regularity is hopefully made up for in quality.

I aim to write so you don’t need to skim. There’s an in-house style guide that you’re welcome to read and remix.

Published from Northeast Ohio. Thank you for reading. ✌️

(Also, “Kyle” is fine—I just sign my name KQ. My favorite authors all went by first-initial-middle-initial-last-name, and I really like that style.)

Get in touch

@Dreger or [email protected].


Written on an old MacBook Air (with the good keyboard) or iPhone 11 Pro (the sensibly-sized one).

Hosted on GitHub Pages, generated with Hugo.

Headers and body copy set in San Francisco by Apple (or whatever your default system sans-serif is).

In the past, you might have seen the following (excellent) typefaces: IBM Plex Serif by Mike Abbink and Bold Monday; Whitney, Decimal, and Gotham by Hoefler & Co.; Source Serif Pro by Adobe; Inter by Rasmus Andersson, Concourse by Matthew Butterick; Athelas by Veronika Burian and Jose Scaglione; San Francisco by Apple; Charter, Verdana, and Georgia by Matthew Carter.

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Other writers worth reading

I read pretty much everything these folks put out. I update this list every couple of months, so check back from time to time. (Updated Nov. 2020)

I’m always looking for interesting new writers. Send me a note if someone should be on this list.