In the wake of the one-man terrorist attack at Westminster, London — the parliamentary site of Britain’s government — on Wednesday, March 22, 2017, Dooney’s Dictionary is asking an oxymoronic question (emphasis on the moronic part): How does a native-born Brit get instantly transformed into an “immigrant”? Of course, the real answer is: he doesn’t. […]
He stuck his finger in the leaky dike. Did it stop the floodwaters of right-wing populism washing over Europe?
News from New Denver. Meeting “Dead Crow.”
Novelist Steven Galloway got fired from his job as Creative Writing Dept. chair at UBC. What happened? It depends on the story you tell.
The joys of free speech and writing columns-by-number.
The death of a storyteller.
Berlin terrorist attack. The here and there of it.
If one picture is worth a thousand words, is one narrative worth a thousand numbers? The 2016 U.S. presidential election.
How Albert Camus’s literary classic came into being, despite an absurd world and an absent divinity.
Reading the far-right subculture.