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John Leavitt is a writer and artist. He lives in New York City.
My father called to tell me that my sister was going off the rails at college.
When walking hope is a swagger
When sleeping hope is a lullaby
When breathing hope is oxygen
When drunk hope. . .
Tuck finished his soup and salad one Sunday afternoon.
His wife left to play tennis at a posh club downtown.
For a long time, Ireland has represented a magical place for a particular type of Catholic conservative.
Inside Spotify’s emotional surveillance-driven quest for total ad domination.
The childlike nature of corporate branding isn’t a random trend, but part of the mindset that consumers ought to be treated like children.