Four books of Plath verse later…

I rushed through Ariel, the Colossus, Winter Trees, and Crossing the Water, so not much beside a few well turned phrases clung to me. I retained the ability to analyze poetry only as long as it was essential for a grade. Reading comprehension for pleasure is negligible, but I think I mentioned that. I am […]

a summer reading list (abridged)

No television and no easy internet access do not make me a dull boy, unless you think reading four books on your day off is dull. A Room of One’s Own Virginia Woolf Tumble Home Amy Hampl *Unbearable Lightness of Being Milan Kundera Immortality Milan Kundera The Book of Laughter and Forgetting Milan Kundera Mother […]

back by popular demand, apparently

Three is the magic number. New consolidated, myrthco-based web writings are in the works. More on that when completed. Things are grand and non-suicidal, I promise. Though, Steppenwolf doesn't make the suicide lifestyle out to be an entirely negative thing. Read it. Herman Hesse is a good author. Does a haircut fulfill the requirements of […]

Here I go again

In an attempt to “grow” myself as a web person, I have opted to delete my live an deadjournals. I will be replacing them with this site-side blog, which will hopefully force me to become a better writer in journal entries as well as adding another reason to visit MyrthCo. Also, as a net-savvy blogster […]