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From Cosmos To C.A.O.S.?

Once the cosmos was thought to be painted on the veil of the firmament, or to be some kind of divine metaphor, a flatness inscribed with thousands of meaningful stories.

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Current Events

Listening To Contemporary Voices

I can’t think of a more persistent, thorough, insightful, engaging cultural critic than Rob Horning. – Me, “Growing Beyond Yourself: Some Thoughts On Rob Horning,” 

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Christian Faith

Klein vs Klein

I’ve recently joined the Out of the Woods writing collective so I’m flagging our review of Naomi Klein’s This Changes Everything. We called it “ 255 more words

Beyond the Simply Salacious: Five Stories on Adultery

Here are five stories born of adultery. Read about technological advancements for philanderers and their cuckolds, personal perspectives from the cheater and the cheatee, a forbidden lust-fueled crime story, and a piece on how adultery became bedfellows with American popular culture and music—back in 1909. 171 more words

Nonfiction

Now Reading: The IRL Fetish

I’m doing a bit of research for novel number two and came across this.

[W]e have been taught to mistakenly view online as meaning not offline…

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Web Article: Resistance in the Neoliberal City by Sabrina Alli

San Francisco is rapidly shedding its radical bonafides as a second dot-com boom evicts more and more of its working class.

http://thenewinquiry.com/features/resistance-in-the-neoliberal-city/

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