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Emily Barton reports on the fight to make Kingston, New York a sanctuary city amid a sea of bitter MAGA hats and misconceptions. Continue reading
How to not be exhausted, not be co-opted, not be groped, not be kidnapped, and not be silent during the first 100 days of the bastard Trump regime.
“Evolve and Live the Resistance. Evolve and Live the Revolution.”
It’s the sincerest form of flattery, and it’s not going away, but imitation as a means of creation does not enjoy the acceptance it once did. What once was homage is now plagiarism. Guest Weekling Charlie Clissitt goes to bat for practitioners of the age-old art of looking over the shoulders of giants.
Part 2 of Kurt Baumeister’s discussion with author D. Foy wherein the topic turns to matters as diverse as Foy’s literary influences and a dog named Mrs. Roosevelt. And there’s an excerpt from Patricide!
In Part 1 of their two-part conversation, D. Foy and Kurt Baumeister discuss time, fathers, religion, capitalism, the state of literary fiction, and D.’s bold new book, Patricide.