Distribution Automatique

Tuesday, February 27


Anyone can easily appear supremely sophisticated and all-knowing by understating or witholding their reactions. LIke death, another masterful leveler, silence obliterates all distinction by remaining cool and unimpressed.


Irony, the shield and sword of literary politics, ends its days living alone on one side of the moon, while its polar opposite, sentimentality, assumes its solo residence on the other.