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Infinite Jest, Quotes & Thoughts

Finished reading Infinite Jest for the second time a couple weeks back (so many pairs), but I’m never sure exactly how to approach this book when it comes to literary discussion. The content is so human, so day-to-day heavy, that I can’t simply scan the text for profound one-liners like in a Denis Johnson novel and … Continue reading

Grim Fairy Tale

(for best quality, listen through headphones)   Carve your name onto a lovely lotus Walk you to the pond where it is floating You remark that you prefer red roses While you check your reflection I note this…in bold pen.   And you don’t even take the time to notice.   Read intently your short … Continue reading