The Brooklyn Rail & As It Is On Earth

I’m not sure what to make of being called a ‘renaissance man’ in the September issue of The Brooklyn Rail. Surely it is flattering, and I greatly appreciated Scott Cheshire’s (author of the debut novel High as the Horses’ Bridles, forthcoming from Henry Holt) smart and generous conversation, however I often feel more like a man who can’t sit still, a restless fellow who slips identities like snake skins. An old friend recently called me a ‘major hyphenate’…somehow being referred to as a grapheme (like a variable in differential calculus) seems more appropriate. But I digress…to read my conversation with Scott, read…here

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