March 16, 2012

I wanted only narrow, pulsing glances at a big unfocused picture, this shadowy state of affairs that nobody can quite get a handle on. Narrative omniscience, a close cousin to know-it-all-ism, was not to be tolerated.

Interview: Miles Klee, Author of Ivyland — Electric Literature

A St. Patrick’s birthday has instilled two strong feelings in me: gratitude for having lived through my 21st, and a consuming hatred of Celtic punk.

Sober to Hungover: Mid-March Mix by Miles Klee

I wanted only narrow, pulsing glances at a big unfocused picture, this shadowy state of affairs that nobody can quite get a handle on. Narrative omniscience, a close cousin to know-it-all-ism, was not to be tolerated.

Interview: Miles Klee, Author of Ivyland — Electric Literature

A St. Patrick’s birthday has instilled two strong feelings in me: gratitude for having lived through my 21st, and a consuming hatred of Celtic punk.

Sober to Hungover: Mid-March Mix by Miles Klee

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