The Beauty of a Short Story – Ted Chiang’s ‘Understand’

The Beauty of a Short Story – Ted Chiang’s ‘Understand’

The ludicrous sound of cicadas altered my ability to have a decent set of sleep last night. Not enjoyable in the slightest, but it granted me the opportunity to read a few short stories from Ted Chiang until my need for sleep overtook the channel of cicadas. I discovered Chiang from a podcast with Director

What I’ve Read So Far In 2021

Sometimes I’m not in the mood to type out a music blog for whatever reason. Could be a result of having a natural monotonous thought train toward the subject or simply wanting to discuss a topic that’s on my mind. With that being said, reading and literature have been on my mind as of late.

Ambient Music While Reading I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream by Harlan Ellison

I have difficulty sleeping on most nights for no real apparent reason. Last night, in particular, could’ve been a result of eating chips with mango habanero salsa too late or from chymifying too much media from YouTube right before. It doesn’t matter one way or the other; it’s my reality regardless. While struggling to turn

Lyrics as Literature

Out of all the avenues for human expression, songwriting can connect people on a global scale. Though when looking at lyrics as a literary concept, the literature community seems to disagree. Many do not believe that song lyrics can be considered literature. The most recent example of this was when Bob Dylan won the Nobel