Story Time: “Soliloquy”

And now for another bit of creative writing! This was written in partially a response to the Whitney Museum’s companion to the Whitney Biennial, “Collecting Biennials” and a piece called “Soliloquy”, and the Kiki Smith exhibit, “Sojourn”, at the Brooklyn Museum, which I visited with a club. It doesn’t make a heck of a lot of sense (largely because it was written in a period of massive creativity, partial dehydration, and a bit of pollen in the air from Central Park), but it’s largely a rebuke of American consumerism and specificity in writing.

Enter the world of the professor in, “Soliloquy, or Sojourn, or Looking for an America”, by clicking the link.

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