Word oasis, opened

Laminated Ink

As I shift to the infinite online universe, this corner of the internet is like my public diary — or, at its best, the entries I wish to share with you.
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The Anne Hathaway effect

I’d wager a good chunk of my generation has memorized Hathaway’s before and after looks, her glasses askew and mouth hanging open in one moment, eyes bright and shining in the next.
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DVDs and Defamiliarization

Cutting Room Floor

At every painstaking step in the DVD watching process, I am reminded that I am watching a film, just like Shklovsky would have intended.
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Publishing as palimpsest

These weekly written confessions gave me the opportunity to complete the task set by the liminal space: to deep dive into my internal archive and attempt to make sense of it all.
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Time of the season

Living in liminality

As the space outside my apartment turns to darkness, it’s as if my own reality turns Burton-esque, with my cheeks going hollow and skin growing ghastly. 
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Me and my old men

Living in liminality

It’s easier to find comfort in the stories of elderly people who isolate themselves far from their own reality, who talk to cats and hole themselves up to write their next epic novel. 
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