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Kurt Vonnegut passed away 11 years ago today. He’s one of my favorite authors, so it felt right to draw him this evening.

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Book Review: Slaughterhouse Five by Kurt Vonnegut #3/28/2018

Since the beginning of the new year I’ve been going through a bit of a reading slump. For some reason nothing holds my attention anymore and I’m far more likely to waste hours pointlessly browsing Instagram than reading a book. 573 more words


Unstuck in Time - Review of Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut

“And so it goes.”

Slaughterhouse-Five is the story of Billy Pilgrim. A young soldier who experienced the war in a way that he got ‘unstuck in time’. 297 more words


"I think they're VC," Tycer giggled. Laughing all the way to the rice paddies, and back.

Humor saved my life.


This is me at age 20, after several months in the Mekong Delta of the country that was then known as the Republic of Viet Nam. 1,130 more words

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Skynet and Zen: The Past, The Future, and The Terminator

“God, a person could go crazy thinking about this…” Sarah Connor says at the end of James Cameron’s film The Terminator in a recording she will eventually pass on to her unborn son, John. 1,764 more words


Book Review: Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut

A few weeks ago, I was packing some essential things for my travel when I absentmindedly picked up a copy of Kurt Vonnegut Jr.’s Slaughterhouse Five… 440 more words


Suffering out of time: Billy Pilgrim doesn’t quite float above it all in Kurt Vonnegut’s antiwar novel ‘Slaughterhouse-Five’

By Matthew E. Milliken
March 15, 2018

Slaughterhouse-Five is one of the great antiwar novels of all time. First published during the Vietnam War, it revolves around… 1,063 more words