Monthly Archives: January 2019

usylessly unreadable Blue Book of Eccles (part I of ??!)

  Now for the good stuff. In rereading Ulysses and dipping into Finnegans Wake and Richard Ellmann’s biography of James Joyce, it’s become clear that the man is one of those artists who I have a foundational, yet utterly complicated … Continue reading

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Rabbits

Again, I promised books. But this post has already been delayed, and I want to say something about The Favourite before it becomes a distant memory: although I’m not sure I can honestly say I liked it more than Spider-Verse, … Continue reading

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Untitled

The sequel to the melodramatic turns out to be the comedic. I somehow found myself in the Confessional, the dumpster fire of recent weeks being anticlimactically extinguished. The Holy Spirit got the better of me. Uncle uncle “So, have your … Continue reading

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The plot thickens

I know I promised I’d be talking about books and stuff, but shit’s been real, guys, and I have to get this off my chest.

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