While visiting the ruins of city of Aghdam, my phone picked up an Azeri network.
x files are so IN right now
I feel deep sadness for anyone for whom the X Files was ever out.
When I was twenty-four, I flew paper airplanes past the apartment of a thirty-two-year-old white boy named Kurt in Emmaus, Pennsylvania. Kurt rocked a greasy brown mullet, bragged about ironing his bleached Lee’s, and said the word “yous” a lot. Even with caked-up cornbread sealing the cracks of his teeth, and a raggedy mustache that looked like it was colored by a hyper six-year-old, Kurt always reminded me of somebody cute.
Progress shots over the last few months since the arrival of the new polytunnel.
It’s a good thing that I love eating spinach!
Kristin Dombek has written essays for n+1, The Paris Review, and The Painted Bride Quarterly, she writes an advice column for n+1 called “The Help Desk,” and she is currently teaching in the Writing Program at Princeton University. Kristin will be at the “Awaken Ye, Spring” edition of
Last weekend we attended an open day of The Hollies in west Cork where some people have built a houses from cob.
James Joyce: A portrait of the artist as a young a man.
Dan, we could use some solidarity. I’m not sure if you’re aware of the situation brewing in Ireland at present, so let me sum…
I’m starting to think that the Iona Institution made the biggest mistake by attempting to redefine homophobia to suit themselves. Three weeks ago, Panti was little known outside of Dublin and outside of the gay community in Ireland. As of this evening, her speech has been viewed over 47,000 times in little over 24 hours. The same video has been shared on the website of the Huffington Post. The issue from which all this has stemmed has been raised in the EU Parliament (according to Twitter). I hope that this comes full circle and the EU put pressure on the Minister of Communications/RTE to apologise to Panti, rather than the straight victims of homophobia who can only be found in Ireland.