coffee

Would You Like Some Entitlement With That?

(From issue #3 of The Simba Life) By Kyle Mabb CIVILIZATION IS FOUNDED ON CERTAIN assumptions, the basest of which we call universal human rights. In paraphrase, there’s a sense that the free-people of the world should expect decent and

coffee

Would You Like Some Entitlement With That?

(From issue #3 of The Simba Life) By Kyle Mabb CIVILIZATION IS FOUNDED ON CERTAIN assumptions, the basest of which we call universal human rights. In paraphrase, there’s a sense that the free-people of the world should expect decent and

Poem: A Winter’s Sabbath

(From issue #3 of The Simba Life) By Chris Pollasch   my beard is thick like the cold of morning mountain shadows truth bubbles up: like untethered dreams. snow on the ground hushing the realist in its God-like gentleness the

Poem: A Winter’s Sabbath

(From issue #3 of The Simba Life) By Chris Pollasch   my beard is thick like the cold of morning mountain shadows truth bubbles up: like untethered dreams. snow on the ground hushing the realist in its God-like gentleness the

mmhmm

The Relient Case for “Mmhmm”

This is one part of a Relient K showdown. Here’s Will Montei’s case for Forget And Not Slow Down. By Chad Comello Mmhmm is Relient K’s best album. I thought so when it was released ten years ago and I

mmhmm

The Relient Case for “Mmhmm”

This is one part of a Relient K showdown. Here’s Will Montei’s case for Forget And Not Slow Down. By Chad Comello Mmhmm is Relient K’s best album. I thought so when it was released ten years ago and I

forget

The Relient Case for “Forget and Not Slow Down”

This is one part of a Relient K showdown. Here’s Chad Comello’s case for Mmhmm. By Will Montei When I first heard the eponymous title track from Forget and Not Slow Down, I dismissed it. Still sore from the generic, we-want-to-get-back-on-the-radio sound

forget

The Relient Case for “Forget and Not Slow Down”

This is one part of a Relient K showdown. Here’s Chad Comello’s case for Mmhmm. By Will Montei When I first heard the eponymous title track from Forget and Not Slow Down, I dismissed it. Still sore from the generic, we-want-to-get-back-on-the-radio sound

Found Grid

I Am An Artist, or So I Remembered

(From issue #3 of The Simba Life) By Tim Whitney I am an artist. I have been since high school, probably before then, but it was in high school that I felt comfortable with that distinction. Even though I went

Found Grid

I Am An Artist, or So I Remembered

(From issue #3 of The Simba Life) By Tim Whitney I am an artist. I have been since high school, probably before then, but it was in high school that I felt comfortable with that distinction. Even though I went

Eastershade

Coming In: A Coming Out Story

(From issue #3 of The Simba Life) By Jason Brown ACKNOWLEDGING AND AFFIRMING ONE’S OWN queerness is often called “coming out of the closet.” There are myriad ways that we can then picture how any given queer individual might exit

Eastershade

Coming In: A Coming Out Story

(From issue #3 of The Simba Life) By Jason Brown ACKNOWLEDGING AND AFFIRMING ONE’S OWN queerness is often called “coming out of the closet.” There are myriad ways that we can then picture how any given queer individual might exit

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/ Life

10 Commandments for 2015

(From issue #3 of The Simba Life) By Alyssa Vincent It feels weird and slightly cocky to write about what I’ve learned in 2014. In my linear mind, “learned” implies “known”, and I don’t think we get to know anything about

books
/ Life

10 Commandments for 2015

(From issue #3 of The Simba Life) By Alyssa Vincent It feels weird and slightly cocky to write about what I’ve learned in 2014. In my linear mind, “learned” implies “known”, and I don’t think we get to know anything about