Tim Heidecker’s Fear of Death: a narrative on our current and future destruction

If you've heard of Tim Heidecker, you most likely know him for his slew of comedy shows, such as Tim and Eric: Awesome show, Great Job, Tom Goes to the Mayor, or the more recent Moonbase 8. But he is also a very accomplished, though far lesser-known, musician. Fear of Death is his third studio …

Good Choice Read awards

Every year a certain book-rating website holds what they call the Choice Awards where millions of members vote to let you know which books they have read. Of course, this is presented as an award for 'best' book in a given category, but in reality, it is simply an award for being the most read. …

2020 books catch up part 2

It's happened again. I read a bunch of books and didn't write anything about them. So here we go! What have I been reading lately? Pedro Páramo by Juan Rulfo This was a short, intense read about a man returning to the town of his birth to find his father. Though also, it is way …

a scrap from 5-22-19

Here is something i wrote in a journal Sunlight heats, feeds, drys, kills, burns, melts, pushes with the tiniest thrust, like the breath of stars. Catch the sun in your hand and you've caught the world. All power comes from it, all being, all form and motion. Do or don't, the sun is there, will …

Read faster, write faster

I feel sometimes that Time is shrinking ahead of me. This year has gone by extremely quickly, due in part, I'm sure, to how similar all the days have been, indoors, living online and in my head. Given the number of books I'll never read, it's pretty likely that one of them would have been …