Music Commentary--Creative Writing--Cultural Hilarity
"What if there are no cries of anguish to be heard? Who is prepared to take arms against a sea of amusements? To whom do we complain, and when, and in what tone of voice, when serious discourse dissolves into giggles?"--Neil Postman
Sunday, April 22, 2012
Spectrum Culture: The Tragedy of Arthur by Arthur Phillips
My new book review on Spectrum Culture, a postmodern fable called The Tragedy of Arthur by Arthur Phillips:
Jake lives in the Chicago area and teaches literature, composition, and communication studies. He writes for Spectrum Culture (wwww.spectrumculture.com) and PopMatters (www.popmatters.com). He's been known to play the saxophone and write some whacked-out poetry on occassion too.