Monthly Archives: December 2014

Hip to Be Numb

The one thing you have to master before you can be cool as a teenager in the 90’s is the ability to appear numb. You’ve got to be willing to adopt the shrug of indifference toward pretty much everything, you’ve got to have like this sardonic critical distance from enough of your everyday life […]

December 10th, 2014|New Sincerity|0 Comments

Back in the Saddle

It’s time to start again. The last few years have been tumultuous. Barren in terms of artistic or scholarly production, but rife with tectonic-plate-shifting life changes. I could write about those, but ultimately, I’m not interested in using this blog as a platform for thinking about my personal life. Instead, I want to get back […]

December 8th, 2014|New Sincerity|0 Comments