Artist-Over-Art and Becoming What One Despises

Carlos Greaves' recent McSweeney's piece (which satirizes authors writing novels about contemporary communities they do not belong to) is one for the history books. Within it he manages to straddle the very delicate balance of espousing an opinion the political left-wing, particularly the Twitter left-wing, would wholeheartedly agree with, without coming off as a triggered … Continue reading Artist-Over-Art and Becoming What One Despises

A Fond Farewell, & Musings on Friendship

Pyramids of cardboard are rising, bubble-wrap roles are unfurling, and contract ink is drying. The ritual of moving has commenced once more, but this time I'm headed back to a familiar place--indeed, the only place I consider truly familiar. I've always had a superstition that it is preferable to leave this world in roughly the … Continue reading A Fond Farewell, & Musings on Friendship