The US Represented MUSE-Letter for December 25-December 31, 2016

Gary Walker – Habitually Distracted – “Making It New (Again)”

Natalie Goldberg, author of Writing Down the Bones, encourages writers to write the bare bones of life. These are, I think, the same essential things that Virginia Woolf celebrated the writer of consciousness for writing, those things that make us all uniquely human. 

Jerome Parent – “Dongle Daze”

In the essay “Dongle Daze,” Jerome Parent examines some of the hazards that accompany the adoption of new technology into one’s life.