Author Archives: Chris R. Morgan
For 67 years it was a sanctuary for kids (and adults) who loved politically incorrect gags and non-conformist humor.
Bret Easton Ellis tries his hand at social commentary, and while he nails our ‘post-Empire’ corrosion, ‘White’ is uneven and tedious.
Problem is, he’s more flimsy 90’s nostalgia than authentic Gen X rebellion.
What this epic beach party disaster says about social media and the status anxiety of our generation.
Why Jordan Peterson sides with the kids against the security guards.
There’s something exquisite about solitude, away from the din of voices and social media.
Strange series reaches for 80’s Cold War nostalgia, lands in Konfusionstan.
As with any town, Twin Peaks will have had to weather the passage of time. It will have decayed and aged. It will have been razed and paved over.
Like a great filmmaker, photographer Gregory Crewdson captures the human vulnerability in places we’d rather forget.
Eve Tushnet shows that therapy and recovery are mere balms without the work of mercy.
Hubert Butler’s literary localism is nationalism of the right kind.
Nicolás Gómez Dávila’s aphorisms are a reactionary’s sharpest weapon.
Jonathan Franzen rebrands the classic Austrian writer for a modern American audience.
from The American Conservative