I Hate the DMV

November 14, 2018 Quote of the Day: “Yeah, man. I was making out with her. Turns out she was like my cousin or something.” -Man on the phone at the Greensboro DMV All I wanted was a state ID.

Parody + Exciting News

November 8, 2018 Quote of the Day: “Get thee to a nunnery” -Hamlet (to Ophelia) Insomnia + ukulele = the Hamlet / Simon & Garfunkel crossover no one asked for. In other news, I’m going to be in a Canadian mental health journal! In three weeks, my biographical comedy essay “Create It Away” will appear in the… Continue reading Parody + Exciting News

I Have No Friends | Original “Song”

August 14, 2018 Quote of the Day: “I came. I saw. I conquered.” -Latin phrase attributed to Julius Caesar I went to boarding school. My family moved. I came back home. I know nobody in my new town. So I write “songs” like this. (I feel like the quality of the writing and performance necessitate quotation marks.)… Continue reading I Have No Friends | Original “Song”

Old Poetry: “Left Over Right”

August 13, 2018 Poetry Quote of the Day: “And indeed there will be time To wonder, “Do I dare?” and, “Do I dare?” Time to turn back and descend the stair, With a bald spot in the middle of my hair” -T.S. Eliot, “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” Happy International Left-Handers’ Day! As the… Continue reading Old Poetry: “Left Over Right”

Old Poetry: “Gifts”

August 9, 2018 Poetry Quote of the Day: “You shall love your crooked neighbor / With your crooked heart.” -W.H. Auden, “As I Walked Out One Evening” I mentioned in this post that I’ve been sifting through boxes of my old writing pieces. While desperately breaststroking through papers like Tom Cruise in Mission Impossible: Rogue… Continue reading Old Poetry: “Gifts”

Teasearch Part 3

August 8, 2018 Research Quote of the Day: “Guess who’s back, back again.” -Eminem Hey, friends. Remember how this blog began as a textual documentary of a research project on secret college societies? (If not, read the entire chronicle here). Well, dear reader, I have news for you. But first, grab a cup of tea.… Continue reading Teasearch Part 3