At Walking the Wire this week, I’m looking at one of history’s definitive moments of refusal—as well as the classical technician of the demurral, Bartleby.
Now up at Walking the Wire: thinking a bit about ethical action in horror films—and in real life.
I don’t know that it’ll really help me deal with the annoyance, but I’m talking over at Walking the Wire about creating back stories for robocallers.
Don’t I wish that were possible! Over at Walking the Wire this week, I’m thinking about sleep, change, and other worlds.
My piece this week at Walking the Wire has John Denver prevailing over my alma mater’s school song.
Time for another Walking the Wire piece—which wonders about travel, responsibility, and knowledge. (Lots of w‘s in that sentence, no?)
I’ve said it before, and I’m saying it again in my post this week for Walking the Wire: I think I may be impaired, when it comes to understanding poetry. That’s not stopping me from trying, though.
My piece this week on Walking the Wire looks at Sylvia Plath through the lens of Ryan Adams—or maybe, in a weird way, vice versa.
Misheard lyrics corrected thanks to the travel center: up now at Walking the Wire!
Apologies to anyone who’s a fan of the House on the Rock; among other things, my piece at Walking the Wire this week makes it clear where I stand on said institution.