If you read this blog semi-frequently, it’s probably no surprise that I spend an inordinate amount of time thinking about death. In regards to the question, “What happens when we die?” this is one of the best answers I’ve come across (and it comes from a late night talk show…)
I worked a party at an expensive house in Hollywood this week. The front door was fifteen feet tall and latched automatically. Instead of twisting a knob, you had to push a button on the wall to unlatch the door and exit the house. One of my co-workers came to me, asking how to getContinue reading “pushing the button”
Back-to-back watching is always one of my favorite things. It’s my belief that the texts you engage with can speak to one another and engage in conversation within you. In my own recent viewing, I’ve found that the limited horror series Midnight Mass pairs exceptionally well with Duncan Trussell’s The Midnight Gospel. While these twoContinue reading “two midnights”
I love the month of October. Each year, it feels like a return to someplace familiar. As Kerouac says in On The Road, “Everybody goes home in October.” Thomas Wolfe agrees: All things on earth point home in old October: sailors to sea, travellers to walls and fences, hunters to field and hollow and the long voiceContinue reading “home in October”
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joshua chamberlain is a writer and artist based in los angeles.
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