>Portnoy’s Complaint: A Review

> This book is outrageously funny, obscene, and smart. I learned about twenty new Yiddish words. Roth most closely mirrors my techniques of post postmodernism. And he gets to the heart of human psychology. It is a classic, a masterpiece of postmodern literature in its digressive, rambling style, a modern Tristram Shandy. And it is… Continue reading >Portnoy’s Complaint: A Review

>April Fools Day in Postmodernism

> This is where I’m going to stay, maybe. I’m going to Europe. I just received my Irish citizenship so that I can be a Euro Zone member and work wherever I want. Like in a month or two. I’m up and leaving. London, Paris, Barcelona, Madrid, I don’t quite know yet. But I will… Continue reading >April Fools Day in Postmodernism