This probably explains the diverse nature of the site. There are sections devoted to, amongst other things, Beauty & Health, Poetry, Psychology and Writing, as well as many sub-divisions within each of those. The site's stated brief is to be: "A news and entertainment web site that combines original stories and essays with news on art, politics, technology, culture, and copywriting."
As far as the writing content is concerned, there is "Day-to-day fresh content, Book of the Week publications, and quarterly Short Story Writing Contests with a large Prize Pool."
The benefits to readers are numerous: there are opportunities to read excerpts from a whole range of books, including poetry, and also to be entertained or enlightened by articles on subjects from the Economy to Religion and Science. For aspiring writers, there is a section devoted entirely to 'how-to' articles to help you improve your craft.
The only problem with this site, as I see it, is that there's so much to read you might never get anything else done!
The home page for the site is here: Angie's Diary.