Today’s Fortune: Show your love in song.
Donald Trump may have committed a legally dubious action.
You get to argue about an Emmet Till trial at work.
A meteor shower will let you forget, just for a little bit.
The Artemis 2 mission inches closer to launching the Last Son of Earth off-planet.
Republicans cut “law and order” down to “and.”
Vince McMahon may have committed a legally dubious action.
I’m burning both ends towards the middle writing, and it’s great. That’s not a joke: I’ve have trouble firebending lately, and the eclipse is finally over.
Within this metaphor, I suppose a creative surge is the annihilation of the Earth Kingdom? It’s been too long since a writer caused a civilization-wide disaster. It’ll be hard to compete with holy books, but I’ll do my best.
Reading a New York Post article is a mistake. But my brain and soul are well-calloused. They weren’t, however, ready for the comments. No one is. It’s one of those Lovecraft climaxes where everything begins with un- or in-. A spiral staircase of stupidity leading to the first moron.
You know all that whinging about Twitter I’ve been doing? I’ve actually coalesced it into a fun idea. Go me. I can’t wait to share it on Twitter.
Now that it doesn’t feel like desperate flailing, I may actually dip a toe into TikTok again. I’ll likely burn like it’s holy water, but we’ll see.
Enjoy this pointedly dumb book plug:
Buying Everything Abridged will make you happy-ish. Half-happy, or demi-happy if you prefer. Enough for a boost, not enough to be annoying.
I refuse to bear the knowled of i tell c alone.
In elementary school, I reached for a quarter, and got my arm stuck in a fence for three hours. That’s funnier than anything I’ve written in the past.
Some exciting publishing news in a few months.
I have a fun article coming for comic fans.
One Sentence Reviews
Bodies Bodies Bodies: Give it time. (3/5)
Battle Cry of Freedom – The Civil War Era: Good luck turning this into a country. (5/5)
Bullet Train: Me like shiny colors and punchy men. (4/5)
Elmhurst (Han Ong): Familiar preoccupations, freshly written. (4/5)
What’s the new national anthem?
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