Monthly Archives: September 2014

Splitting the Bill

On the Green Sundress Tour, Penn and I traveled with Earl of Evenings who played as our opening act. And while it was great to tour with another musician, by the Indiana flat lands the monotony of shows took a … Continue reading

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Please Read Responsibly

One of the biggest arguments in contemporary literature is that author intent is irrelevant. No matter what meaning an author believes their text to have, once it’s out in the world the only thing that matters is the meaning the … Continue reading

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Midnight Musings: Crowd Surfing

I recently moved to New York City, Bushwick to be specific. After finally settling into my new apartment and finding a job, I decided it was high time to start exploring the open mic scene and finding places to read … Continue reading

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