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HipGnotism: Hipster Culture as Trance-State, an Enlightenment in Three Happenings
by Mary Phillip Thomas
IdéeFixie: Hipster Cyclery as a-Priori Assumption, an Obsession in a Single Speed
by Elektra Felt
Felt points out what we all already knew: hipsterism, rather than being some constant striving for the new and the now, is really just the promotion of what was always already there. The theory of constant-state hipsterism argues that a certain segment of the population will forever be hipster, no matter how many razors are sold.
Jean Paul Shark: The Billiard Table as Existential Crisis, a High-Stakes Grudge Match
by Eddie Neumann
Neumann's cue to begin his demonstration was the skepticism banked against him from the decidedly poststructuralist crowd. We tried to corner him, but by the time the last shot was sunk, he had us all in his pocket.
Camus/Camo: A Novel in Three Disappearances
by Mazi Oake-Brechaut
Brechaut recited her novel in excerpts. Maybe she loved him. It didn't matter. Outside, the heat and the sun made my eyes hurt. I drank some wine, and she was laughing. Then she said that she was going. They buried Maman today.
The Camus Canoe: Recreational Journeys on the River of Void
by Lann Tern
Tern was like a priest asking us about our relationship with the Lord. What did it matter? What had the judge said? I couldn't remember. It didn't interest me.
Christopher Hitchen-Post: the Western Epic and the Future of Organized Atheism, a Standoff at High Noon
by Owen Ford Dokkens
Dokkens' post-Freudian gunslinging included an analysis of archetypes: the lawman, the Quaker, the lapsed lawman, the pastor-charlatan, the barman, the rancher, and, notably, the rancher's daughter, all to show how little things have really changed.
The Wife of Three-and-a-Half Baths: Real Estate TV as Chaucerian Polyglossia
by Flügel Whang
No matter what, they all want the same thing: salvation in granite and stainless steel.
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