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My online muse

Adagia, like 200wad, is like an online muse. There's an allure to logging on and writing in a place that's made for writing. Sometimes I have thoughts which I keep to myself (or offline), or maybe often I have those thoughts, but other times I feel like saying what I'm...
2021-01-19 01:00:46

We need to talk about free speech

As with any thorny subject, it's good to undo the brambles and try to get down to the root of the issue before we start pruning indiscriminately. But we don't have the time, or maybe we just don't have the patience. Frankly, I'd say we don't really have the interest. 

When...
2021-01-12 23:36:05

Let it bleed as reply to Mustafa


This comes up a lot in any discussion on art, and about artists, but especially about literature and about writers; they must serve truth. I guess they don't have to, but their work is pretty much garbage if they don't. Here's one truth: nobody likes made-up stories, but people love...
2021-01-09 01:46:51

Short Stories
I don't have much time

This might be the last thing I ever write. They're not far, I can hear the commotion out in the street, the trucks are here. Tailgates dropping, shouted orders. Who will read this? The man who's come to kill us, that's who. Or, maybe he won't even bother. Such a...
2021-01-07 20:27:17

Some thoughts on what we write about

 Been thinking about this...
There are two schools of thought out there. One is "write what you know" and the other is also that, but it is not understood to mean, "write about your life/lived experience". 

While the latter is self-indulgent and almost always semi-autobiographical, the former introduces the reader to amazing...
2020-12-26 23:10:21

A response to Abe, on Dostoyevsky, Service Workers, and Art

(Originally written as a response, but better off as its own post: https://adagia.org/post/26) 

I'm back, homies!

Man, it's crazy but I finally finished The Idiot. It took what, six months? I don't even remember when I started it but it was a while ago - it was a few books ago too,...
2020-12-24 17:32:10

Adagia Freewrite 1- The wildest thing you'll read today

Because of the title it means I need to write some wild shit now, it would've been a lot easier to just write something else and then see what the theme was and give it a title, but this is what happens when you start with a title; you give...