Tag Archives: John Green

Poetry Makes Nothing Happen

As an artist and as a student of art, I’ve spent a lot of time contemplating the role and importance of art in the world.  With so much suffering and turmoil, there are times when the pursuit of expression can … Continue reading

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We’re All Scared

Are you scared?

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John Green’s Crash Course: Literature (and Why Reading it is Important)

If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you likely know I’m a pretty big fan of John Green.  He’s a fantastic YA author, video blogger, and all-around Nerd.  How could you not love John Green?  To make him … Continue reading

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Huffpost Interview with John Green

Between school, work, other work, and basic day-to-day responsibilities, I’ve been pushing myself pretty hard.  As a result, I would up with a pretty severe cold, which basically means I’ve been spending excessive amounts of time on the internet.  I … Continue reading

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John Green on Mitt Romney

One of my favorite contemporary fiction writers is John Green of The Fault in Our Stars, Paper Towns, An Abundance of Katherines, Looking for Alaska, and Vlogbrothers fame.  He is a web presence that continually decreases the amount of suck … Continue reading

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