Read my parody of Percy Shelley’s classic poem “Ozymandias.” Yes, Trumpymandias. A short excerpt: “And on the pedestal these words (the best words) appear: ‘I am Trumpymandias, businessman of businesses, […]
This past summer, I visited Lesbos as part of a Princeton journalism class on the refugee crisis. A month after our class visited the Moria refugee camp, its occupants rioted and burned Moria to the ground. This is my account of visiting Lesbos–during the calm before the storm. While difficult to perceive, there were clues of the events to come. In all the turbulence of the past week, remember that there is a world elsewhere.
This week in the Nassau Weekly, I reflect on the latest Bourne film, and Hollywood blockbuster screenwriting in general. Check out the article in the hyperlink above.