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Click List: Design Podcast Prereq, Fixing Farmer’s Market Fare + More!

In the grand scheme of sifting for good news, there are a few things we're guaranteed suckers for, including but definitely not limited to: 1) girl power for the elementary-age masses and 2) animals doing anything excruciatingly adorable and / or amusing. Now adding rad female founders following their dreams to the list. We're not're crying. Ok fine we're crying. Just ignore us and direct your attention to this week's click picks.  – Team 20x200

Drawing the strength to survive our mid-day slump via Interiors on Design Milk. Of note: this austere Seattle stunner and this bookish BK beaut. And then there’s Design Milk founder Jaime Derringer’s very own living space re-do, ℅ 5+5 favey fave Emily Henderson. (BTW did you catch Derringer’s 20x200 edition debut?)

Starting to square away your November sched? If you're in the NYC area, be sure to clear the 16th to stop by Magnum Foundation to celebrate the launch of MFON: Women Photographers of the African Diaspora, a commemorative biannual journal centering women photographers of African descent. And while you're there, nab a signed copy of the inaugural issue!

A solid excuse to stay in on the weekends, this slickly designed seasonal cookbook is what we need to make the most of our fall farmer's market hauls. Simple Fare Fall/ Winter is all about easy, intuitive cooking, courtesy of Karen Mordechai, the BK-based brains behind Sunday Suppers. Plus, how good will it look all casual-like on your kitchen counter? Don't blame us for being superficial. 

Your commute podcast queue has been upgraded: The new season of 20x200 artist Debbie Millman's award-winning podcast, Design Matters, kicked off this past Monday with Hamilton director Thomas Kail in the hot seat. Upcoming interviewees include Marina Abramović, Brené Brown, and TED founder Richard Saul Wurman.

Calling all coffee table tome collectors! Roger Ballen’s new monograph came out a few weeks ago and it is every bit the dark, disturbing Ballenesque brilliance we dreamed of. Not that Halloween is known as a gifting holiday, but….how perfect would this be as a trick-or-treat prezzie for the artistically inclined?