When writing, you need to keep in mind the purpose of your writing and the culture you’re working in. When offering criticism, you need to do the same thing. Continue reading
Across time and space there have been hundreds of different standards about what is ‘worth reading’. Continue reading
Roberto Calasso’s The Marriage of Cadmus and Harmony is a book that’s genuinely profound in parts. Continue reading
Many people complain that they often have nothing to ‘write about;’ in fact, I encounter the excuse often enough that it’s become white noise.
If you agree that art is the aesthetic presentation of ideas, then you must logically also agree that art itself is not subjective – at least, not to the degree that people believe it to be. Continue reading
Something as accurate and funny as Bernard-jou Iwaku doesn’t deserve the lack of attention it gets.
I don’t like biographies. Usually. Continue reading