NYT: “American Poets, Refusing To Be Mature, Rage Against What’s Right”

On Friday, New York Times released an article entitled “American Poets, Refusing to Go Gentle, Rage Against the Right.” I think a more apt name for the article is, American Poets, Refusing To Be Mature, Rage Against What’s Right.” The article is all about self-important poets talking about not just how disappointed they are in Trump’s election… Continue reading NYT: “American Poets, Refusing To Be Mature, Rage Against What’s Right”

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

Militant By Default: How to Isolate Your Allies

Monday night was the first presidential debate for the 2016 Election. It was also the night that the infamous Milo Yiannopoulos a local university campus and I was lucky enough to go. I couldn’t remember how long I had been following him up until he mentioned a prank about Buzzfeed when he said he had become… Continue reading Militant By Default: How to Isolate Your Allies