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Covid Metamorphoses #21 – Happiness

It can feel like there’s nothing to be happy about these days. And yet, for all the sleeplessness, the daily suppression of psychic terror, the suffocating pressure you feel going to the grocery store, or checking the news, there are … Continue reading

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Covid’s Metamorphoses #2 – Parenthood

It’s occurred to me more than once in the last few days how much easier this Social Isolation thing would be if I weren’t the parent of a five-year-old child. I’ve got books to read, to write, to edit. I’ve … Continue reading

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Trout Fisting In America #26 – Ulcer

It looks like a spanish verb, doesn’t it? Ulgo, Ulces, Ulce, Ulcemeos, Ulceron. Never really learned 2nd person plural, the vosotros form—growing up 15mi from Mexico I guess nobody thought we needed to learn it. I still wonder how this … Continue reading

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