If Socrates was alive today, do you think he would change his advice from “know...– Paul Chan knows.
I am Such a Failure: Poetry On, Around, and About... →
There is a move towards artwork and writing that abandons irony completely in favor of sincerity. “New sincerity” has been a buzzword for the art and literary world since the mid 1990s. It was the name of a literary movement in the late 1990s, sparked by David Foster Wallace’s essay, E Unibus Pluram, where he cited the “new literary rebels” following the age of irony and passivity. These...
I’m away from the office for a week and this is what I come back to.