The 10 Best Blog Posts in Daniel Adler’s Internet Warehouse of 2011

It felt like spring this morning. There was a birdfight and the window was open for a little breeze. The sky is blue and the light filters through the blinds, casting a long golden bar on the floor. Is it New Year’s Eve, really? I’ve written a lot this year, more than 150 posts, and… Continue reading The 10 Best Blog Posts in Daniel Adler’s Internet Warehouse of 2011

Self-Consciousness vs. Acting Natural: A Post Postmodern Dillemma

 Then we started to drive up the 101. This was like Italy, and the high cliffs and deep blue ocean and the sun glittering off it and into her eyes made me understand that now after all those years of wanting love, I had it. “This is incredible.” We both knew what I meant, how… Continue reading Self-Consciousness vs. Acting Natural: A Post Postmodern Dillemma

Post Postmodernism Must Be Devoid of Self-Consciousness

Self-consciousness is bad. I saw the de Kooning exhibit today and even though he scraped and covered his canvases over again and again, it wasn’t to be a great painter, it was to see how far he could go. If he had been like, I want to be a great painter, the paintings wouldn’t have… Continue reading Post Postmodernism Must Be Devoid of Self-Consciousness