Emacs Tales

A collection of unexpected stories involving emacs

Emacs Tales was inspired by amazing, exciting stories I frequently read on r/emacs. One special comment triggered the idea for a place to collect stories like that, so they don't get lost on Reddit.

I believe that sharing our personal tales makes the emacs experience more human and helps us develop ourselves and our emacs skills together.

Feel free to share your tale with us by opening a pull request or sending your story to tales@emacs.love.


  1. Emacs Love Tale
  2. Emacs love domain
  3. Emacs loves all its users