Blake Butler, Etiology of Action, and How You Should Read Post Postmodernism

That Blake Butler book, There Is No Year, yeah, it’s good. Very avant-garde, very worked out, individualized. The motifs throughout–hair, light, (re: my Twitter), bees, bags, smells, skin–are all thought-provoking. The novel works as a kind of postmodern proverb, a four hundred page one. If you want to challenge yourself, give it a read and… Continue reading Blake Butler, Etiology of Action, and How You Should Read Post Postmodernism

Everyone’s Favorite Youtube Video is Not as Good as Mine, and Other Slogans for Post Postmodernism

“Have you seen that Youtube video?” This is a question continually asked in our age of post postmodernism, metamodernism, subjectivism (my personal favorite) or whatever you want to call it. Either I have or I haven’t and when I haven’t, rarely is it as good as I expect it to be.  And so I sit… Continue reading Everyone’s Favorite Youtube Video is Not as Good as Mine, and Other Slogans for Post Postmodernism