O, I am deluded!

A funny thing happened to me in the fall of 2016: After the worst-case scenario on election night, I suffered through a burst of clear-headed perspective, writing several harshly honest essays here. Three years later, despite my post-debacle efforts at brutal clarity,...

Trump/GOP: No win on the board

I think it’s time to circle back to the most important point in the impeachment discussion: We now possess enough official documents and sworn testimony to inspire the average defense attorney — in the vast majority of criminal cases — to pursue a...

Enough with the bland liberalism

There’s a piece at TPM from a lawyer with a group called Protect Democracy, and while I’ve looked at their stuff and find it generally founded in common ground, reading her column crystallized, for me, my frustration with a certain kind of bland, generic...

The too-long edit

It’s been almost eight months since I finished the first edit of my new Chene trilogy, and I’m here to bear witness: No matter what anyone tells you about how hard writing is, it’s nothing compared to the months of not-writing that follow the...

The American Apocalypse

In honor of Indigenous Peoples Day, I’m here to talk about everyone’s favorite topic: Disease. When I was a kid, science told us that “Indians” walked here across a “land bridge from Asia” about 13,000 years ago. And science was...
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