September 9, 2017

Right-winged news sources, rallying around Damore and his sexist memo, have stated that the main stream media misinterpreted the memo and spun it in a way that could only be harmful, perpetuating the echo-chamber Damore outlines. They're right in a way. MSM has glossed...

August 25, 2017

“He's more myself than I am. Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same,” writes Emily Bronte in Wuthering Heights. And that pretty much sums it up. In such a fascinating and delightful to read book (which I have no idea why I haven't read until now), pe...

July 16, 2017

Some books feel perpetually IMPORTANT. Others are published almost spontaneously like bubbles rising in an oil spill—or sparks flying off the facade of a burning building that try to warm our hearts. But the ones that feel important to me are the books that were writte...

July 15, 2017

I just finished Tim Morton's Hyperobjects in the middle of a roadtrip, which I feel is somewhat appropriate. The book is, after all, about the "sudden" (scare quotes because the main premise of Morton's book does not feel as fresh as he claims it to be) realization tha...

July 4, 2017

Middlemarch, by George Eliot, might be the most difficult book in the world to summarize. But that's what makes it fascinating. Trying to encapsulate the myriad of personal interactions that constitute the backbone of Eliot's narrative is as difficult as trying to pin...

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Poet With No Face

Poetry / Engineering / Art

 

I'm an electrical engineer with a passion for poetry who is constantly looking for ways to entangle the two and create artistic spaces that challenge the ways we normally interact with the world. If you have any related ideas or want to get in contact with me, send me a message below! 

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