#Resist! #NotMyPresident! #NeedMoreMoney!

Have you posted something like this on your Facebook or twitter recently? Was that post made unironically? I’ve got something to tell you–and this might be difficult for you to comprehend, but if you’ve been spamming the #Resist or #NotMyPresident tags, you’re not actually the resistance. If over the last couple of months, you’ve been… Continue reading #Resist! #NotMyPresident! #NeedMoreMoney!

A Response to Paul Tremblay’s “The H Word” & How Progressives Ruin the Arts

Earlier this week I released a review on Paul Tremblay’s book, “A House Full of Ghosts: A Novel.” In the back of the book was one of his personal essays on craft entitled, “The H Word: The Politics in Horror,” which I read after getting about ¼ of the way into his novel and now… Continue reading A Response to Paul Tremblay’s “The H Word” & How Progressives Ruin the Arts

Book Review: “A Head Full of Ghosts” by Paul Tremblay

I just put down Paul Tremblay’s book “A Head Full of Ghosts” and now I’ve got a head full of thoughts I think need to be shared on this… work. From the hundreds of four and five-star reviews and the glowing words from Stephen King, you’d think this book would be pretty good, wouldn’t you?… Continue reading Book Review: “A Head Full of Ghosts” by Paul Tremblay

The Connection Between Art and Influence

There’s this idea between logic-driven brains that art is a waste of time. As someone who studied art in college, I can tell you for certain that there are many people who think it’s a waste of time, that there is no value to art, and that anyone who spends their time on art as… Continue reading The Connection Between Art and Influence