Monthly Archives: November 2015

“Like They Say” — Robert Creeley

Photo post by @biblioklept. Source: “Like They Say” — Robert Creeley

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A Wolf in Autumn: Finely Built Nightmare & Dreamscape

David Szymanski is an auteur game developer whose games share a distinctly weird flair. Having now played all four of his games—Fingerbones, The Moon Sliver, The Music Machine and A Wolf in Autumn—I’ve gained a better idea of what he … Continue reading

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the roommate series

an ode to the world’s most amazing human being as told through facebook status updates Continue reading

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An important moment

One weekend my friend Brian and I met up with some friends at one of the fraternity houses at our university. We wound up in some guy’s room. The guy hosted us graciously, talked about economics and made us a couple vodka cranberries. There was … Continue reading

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Facing Forward

Originally posted on flyingupward:
 “May you Seek the Welfare of the City…for in its welfare you will find your welfare.” Jeremiah 29:7 In the face of injustice, it is sometimes difficult to know exactly how to express one’s thoughts and feelings.…

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Article Round-Up: October 2015

Articles published by me during the month of October 2015. Continue reading

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