Tag: literature

Self-Aggrandizing Assholery: Hipsters, Snobs, Elitists and Other Tales of Utter Nonsense

Self-Aggrandizing Assholery: Hipsters, Snobs, Elitists and Other Tales of Utter Nonsense

[media-credit id=6 align=”alignleft” width=”199″][/media-credit] Hipster Snob “The distinction between literary and genre fictions (mysteries, westerns, fantasy, and sci.fi.) is largely an artificial one. Those who still insist on making anachronistic literary distinctions do it for the same reason that all snobs make such declarations, self-aggrandizing assholery. The only distinctions that can legitimately be made in […]

The Writing Life

The Writing Life

Previousaly published on Desvario It’s been one of those Saturdays where I just wanted to stay home, crash and get some work done that I’d been more or less slacking off with for the past week. I woke up this morning with the intention of working on the novel, and I did, although I had […]

Movie Review: Midnight in Paris

Movie Review: Midnight in Paris

Question: Have you ever gone to a film reluctantly? A lot of times you think the movie isn’t your cup of tea, right? I had to use that expression because my mother wanted to go see the latest Owen Wilson film because she likes him. Yes, my mouth dropped open when she said that. My mom […]

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