Monthly Archives: June 2018

In the Theater of Truth and Consequences: Speech, Responsibility and the Omnipresence of Cynicism

By Victor D. Infante

There are any number of places to begin, but let’s start with the image of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, smiling as he informs the world that illegal immigrants would be separated from their children. “If you … Continue reading

‘People Who Don’t Know You’re Dead’: Thoughts on Reading Cristin O’Keefe Aptowicz’s ‘How To Love The Empty Air’

By Victor D. Infante

There are two ways to read Cristin O’Keefe Aptowicz’s poetic memoir, “How To Love the Empty Air,” released earlier this year on Write Bloody Publishing, and the path you take toward approaching the book depends largely … Continue reading