“When young people are just beginning to pass from the ranks of the many to those of the few, a ludicrous, but fortunately transient error may occur. The young person who has only recently discovered […]
The worst curse I can lay upon you is that you find your heart’s desire. “The Black Mirror” by William Newzam Prior Nicholson
Every time we sit another Congress, I inexplicably think of this painting by Vito Campanella.
Not to glorify the gig economy, but if you are a freelancer, you are a mercenary. The earliest recorded use of the term (so far discovered) comes from Sir Walter Scott’s Ivanhoe, in which a […]
After the events in Colorado, the name Annette Dunlop was known to my enemies. Unfortunately, I didn’t have another identity, at least not one that wouldn’t cause more problems than it would solve if there […]
I realize this is unpopular, but if you have to force yourself to write, then I’m not sure you really want to be an author. I don’t say this to be mean, just that if […]
Since 2005, Bolivian architect Freddy Mamani Silvestre and his firm have completed sixty projects in El Alto, the world’s highest city, which sits at nearly fourteen thousand feet, on an austere plateau above La Paz. […]