Neither television nor illiteracy are dying remotely fast enough to sustain the human intellect, but the nonprofit is becoming sexy again... VERY quickly.
Occasional commentary on our newsletter’s aggregations
regarding DIVISION, ART, and MEDIA.
Every day, our staff reads A LOT of both online and printed news, prose, academic essays, short stories, opinion, etc. Here's their well-developed palette.
From whence Kevin, The First came, and Tilda Swinton grocery shopped; where tires are burned, and golf is forgotten. THAT is where we shall meet our end.
How to make useful sense of The Second Email Age and its often-vile hives by choosing the right newsletters according to an old rogue outside the industry.
Happy birthday to the most intellectually and economically disparate country on the planet. We hope the war simulation blew some demons back home.
The sins of rural and crowd-source-reviewing America (particularly, the rural South) incite the wrath of the climate, the film industry, and Germany.
Culture's apparently-growing willingness to identify and berate hurtful speech, and *I* am eloping to rural America for a break from the news.