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Daily Serving – Article

September 29, 2016 Written by Mailee Hung


There is a certain playful unknowability to Matt Lee’s work. As preoccupied with structure as its inverse, Lee’s pieces suggest an interaction with the intangible that is at once wholly serious and strangely lighthearted. 743 more words

Peter Kaltreider 'Revolution' 2016 oil on canvas 30" x 24"

Peter Kaltreider ‘Revolution’ 2016 oil on canvas 30″ x 24″

Begin again.


Morning Rainbow In The Desert

Morning Rainbow In The Desert (Tucson, Arizona, September 29, 2016) — Image by kenne

All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better.

— Ralph Waldo Emerson


[META] Rookie Newbie Note

Hello there.

This is Mattelog.

In case you’re wondering, I’m just a single person running the show whenever I get the time. I love to write, but no matter how hard I try everything that rolls out of my mind always seems too cringy, too unprofessional, and just plain too kiddish the next time I read it. 228 more words


An Existentialist Exercise

Essence comes only after existence. You have life, but what will you make of it? This is what old white dudes like Sartre and Nietzsche thought about. 271 more words


What happens if we do (or do not) believe in free will?

Do we have free will? This is a question that scholars have debated for centuries and will probably continue to debate for centuries to come. 933 more words

In the Waiting Room

“In the Waiting Room” is a poem written by a girl reflecting on a past experience of waiting in the reception room of a dentist’s office, looking at a 1918 issue of… 1,118 more words

Literary Shenanigans