Send in Whatever Clowns Are Left
Long live the clowns. Long live the clowns and the jugglers and fire-eaters and dancers. Long live the trapeze artists and acrobats and magicians. Long live all the live performers who […]
What You Make, Make To Last To structure is to survive. If you want your work to have even the tiniest chance of lasting — this is a dream hope; a stage of adolescence; your writing will not last, but it may hang […]
Our Silver Age of Natural Science Astronomers have discovered nearly 6,000 planets in the last 20 years. And Neanderthals had red hair and freckles.
We are living in a great age of natural science.
In “On First […]