Tag Archives: literature
Story-telling is the only thing keeping you together. Yet the stories, full of rage, are tearing you apart.
The same place you learned—the internet.
Leave it to Jacques Derrida to be born July 15th.
You think you’re clever. You are—for a rich guy.
I know Ayn Rand is an adversary; I thought Harriett Beecher Stowe and I could be allies.
The only thing this critic could with it was shit on it.
It is a curiously abstract—one might even say academic—politics that takes sides easily.
The sexual relationships are the aborted attempts to birth a new order, the displacements of an impasse that love cannot resolve. This is Murakami’s true indictment of the student movement.
William Gibson admits he invented some of his most innovative technological devices to fill in for his lack of facility with conventional narrative devices.