My latest article for CiRCE is about kid’s movies. It’s an old gripe, but one I always enjoy making.
My latest for CiRCE is dedicated to teaching readers how to predict the future. It is easier and more humbling than you can imagine.
My latest for CiRCE is about Joe Versus the Volcano. It’s a sprawling essay and you can read it here.
My latest for CiRCE is a brief reflection on my unlikely love for Patricia Highsmith and all the nasty things that algorithms do to our ability to love beauty. Read it here.
In my ongoing series for CiRCE on what everyone should do on their coronavirus vacay, I offer a small number of documentary recommendations.
Up on CiRCE today is a piece of short fiction I have worked on, off and on, for over a year.
“My child has a strong walk with the Lord” is a thing we often say, however, “Your child has a strong walk with the Lord” is not a thing we are often told. Why is this? My latest for CiRCE is a dialog about the matter.
My latest for CiRCE concerns that most pernicious of issues within classical schools: Do we teach students what to think or how to think?
If you only had ten minutes to assess the health of a classical school, what would you do? What would you want to see? Who would you talk to? My latest for CiRCE deals with these very questions.
While it chagrins me to say so, I have my doubts this recent piece for CiRCE will be understood as satire.