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March 29, 2019
The Five Senses
Tiny art show.
Loneliness. Where does it come from and how does it benefit us? What kind of person feels lonely?
59 ways to cook an egg. Every single method one could think of. 
Stitchings and art by Ellen Schinderman
Contrapoints is de-radicalizing young, right-wing men. 

What I'm Reading

I finished reading Carry On by Rainbow Rowell and thoroughly enjoyed what a light-hearted, bright book it was. It's inspired by Harry Potter and is very reminiscent of it, so if anyone's missing the series and is tired of re-reading for the 100th time, give Carry On a try. 

I read about the loneliness of working from home, Erin Peraza's pie math and delicious flavor talk, how liking books is not a personality, and what Lynne Tillman thinks about while making tea in the morning, 

I read and wrote a poem about the technological sublime, which Emerson ruminated about far before the term was coined by Leo Marx, saying:

"Nature is thoroughly mediate. It is made to serve...It offers its kingdoms to man as the raw material which he may mould into what is useful. Man is never weary of working it up...One after another his victorious thought comes up with and reduces all things, until the world becomes at last only a realized will, —the double of man."
Journal of the Week
Alexandra Kesick is the author of I Knew You Once and Deep Gentle Blue, published by Ghost City Press.
Copyright © 2019 Alexandra Kesick, All rights reserved.

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