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- Teach Me How To GIF-y: Grassroots Queer Aesthetics in New Media and a Progressive Literary Movement
“So how do you know him?” “I follow his GIFs online. They’re really good!” “What?” “GIFs are these silly low res animated images for online. You’d know what I mean if I showed you, you’ve seen them.” “So is this like some sort of flirtation? Is there such a thing as GIF flirtation?” “No! I [...]
- My Flamboyant Grandson
I file George Saunders under the tag “straight identified writers who I love.” An essayist, novelist and master of the satirical short story, Saunders injects genuine humanity and pathos into his fantastical, sardonic tales of consumerism and capitalism run a muck. Saunders makes devastating points about the insanity of a market dominated culture, but [...]