Author Archives: Rich

TST: “Golden Revolver”––San Cisco

My sister sends me songs she’s recording/mixing on Thursdays; ones to inspire me through the next week (or at least through the weekend). Most of them are TOP SECRET. She calls this practice “Theme Song Thursday.” Here’s my theme song … Continue reading

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“So that butter––can’t be butter, then.”

Two weeks ago (April 2nd), Lauren and I attended the American Vegan Society‘s spring dinner at Atlantic Cape Community College’s student-run Carême‘s restaurant. Nota bene: While Lauren and I are not strictly vegan (she and her hubby went out for … Continue reading

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“Oh, Brother. Thank god for you.”

––my sister texts. “Oh?” “Yes. [With everything…] Then I think, but Rich understands me, so I’m ok.” My sister had lost her key. But she found one: another one. “It is good you got a key. That seems significant somehow. … Continue reading

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A Statement of Some Purpose

In looking for a file just now, I stumbled across this statement of purpose I wrote up for graduate school. I was accepted to Oxford and to University College London that year; and chose UCL; for the same reason that … Continue reading

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Bangs & Beard Go to the Museum. Later that weekend: Men Who Brunch; A Most Uncharacteristic Peppermint Mocha.

Madison & I drift through the European wing on the second floor of the museum. Here, a little Dutch room, where I imagine myself very happy; in Het Scheepje (The Little Ship). Madison seems to much prefer the English drawing room. Would … Continue reading

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And so, the Crash.

My hard drive crashed this week; or last week maybe. I have been without a computer since then; frantically checking e-mail and Facebook when/where I am able to (the zombie voices that just keep calling if not cut back; if … Continue reading

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World Literature, Week 5

In my sections of World Lit this week, we’ll start looking at graphic narratives/novels. Students are reading Guy DeLisle’s Burma Chronicles for next week. 1. Literary terms to use when discussing comics/graphic narratives: panel, a single box in which dialogue … Continue reading

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