I Proudly Wear Many Hats…

But ‘American’ is no longer one of them.

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I don’t know if this is my midlife crisis, but I do feel as though my existential angst has reached a sort of cliff edge or tipping point, as if life for it’s own sake is no longer enough justification to continue, much like the cherished myths we’ve built up around ourselves in this land we call ‘America.’ I don’t know about anyone else, but for me…

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Darht Bjehl

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I’m here to publish, read the work of a few good writers and occasionally offer competent critique in select circumstances. I’m not here to socialize.

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