On Lanston Hughes' "Harlem"
A consistent theme of my late thirties is that I’m discovering or appreciating bands that I could’ve already loved in my twenties.
Remember the skateboarding video. Never forget the what led to the other footage.
On the Lenbachhaus exhibition and her books.
"All stories are recycled and all stories are unfair."
2022 was, for many of us, sometimes very lovely, sometimes very difficult.
When I first heard Can't Stand by John-Allison Weiss, the song hit different.
It’s been a long year, and there is still a lot of year waiting to deteriorate. I’m trying get back into the habit of not only reading, but of reading and writing about it.
Laying in a comfy chair on my balcony, half in the shade, half in the sun, with a good book, a perfectly lovely summer Sunday. And yet. I'm not supposed to be here, I'm supposed to be on the road to Stuttgart to see Touche Amore live in Stuttgart, a band that has been tremendously …
Guy de Maupassant's novel points at the privilege to just live and the nothingness the nobility makes of it.