Too Serious Too: More Essays

I have written on various topics for school, work, and pleasure my entire life.  In 2008 I took an essay-writing class under Susan Reese at Portland State University, and she taught me that essays can be as creative as fictive works.  In 2017 I started writing essays that I considered worth sharing on a more regular basis than before, and in November of 2018 I decided to collect my recent essays into one volume, titled Too Serious: Essays.  In 2019 I released my second collection, Too Serious Too: More Essays.

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Essay titles:

August Wilson’s Gem of the Ocean
The Totalitarians Among Us
“Snitching”
Arguing with George Will
What it Means to be an American
Keeping to One’s Own Path
George
Gun Violence
The Christian God is a Real Motherfucker
More Thoughts on the Patriarchy
The Family Versus Capitalism

 

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