The Close-minded Post-Structuturalist: Music...
“Firstly both rhythm and tone are obviously capitalist constructs. Secondly if you haven’t discovered and then rejected the magic of the pentatonic scale already you don’t even belong in this conversation.”
Lest men suspect your tale untrue, Keep probability in view.– John Gay, The Beggar’s Opera
The happiness of life is made up of minute fractions — the little soon...– Samuel Taylor Coleridge. See guys, he wasn’t all opium and sadness!
Check out Andrew's story, Chocolate Milk for... →
Thanks to Kristen Michelle Havet, she runs a tight ship over there.
Between the Bars: On editing a writer who has been... →
Jeremy Keehn’s companion piece to convicted prisoner Atif Rafay’s brilliant essay on freedom in the Walrus.
On the Margins of Freedom: An essay by a Canadian... →
This incredible essay on freedom and the myth of human potential through suffering by Atif Rafay – currently serving three consecutive life sentences – is in this month’s Walrus Magazine.
If you enjoyed the Dragnet launch party, come to...
The Meteoric Rise of Funky Flavours, College Street’s Best Funk Night, or, The Story of a Plucky Young Couple on a Mission to Spread the Funk. “You know what your problem is? You ain’t got the funk. You’re all rigid. You’re like a breadstick.” Or so says Old Gregg, the transgendered Rick James lookalike played by Noel Fielding in the cult British TV show The...
The Close-minded Post-Structuralist, Second...
“Anyone, anywhere, that tells you anything for certain is a creepy liar. Believe me.”
The Close-minded Post-Structuralist, First Edition
“The only reason I can’t handle the truth is that I don’t like getting utter bullshit on my hands.”