S. G. Belknap
Here is where I am now: I am not interested in having sex with anybody unless it is the last person I ever have sex […]
It was hard for me to believe, at first, that spiritual debates in the American colonies, say, or the conventions of mass-market storytelling could tell me anything about my love life. But they did. How had I missed it? Probably because what they have to offer is so counterintuitive,and maybe even something of a scandal: that here in America, the Land of the Will, it can be good—very good, crucially important even—not to will.
Living in the kinds of apartments I do means mice, often. House mice, one of the world’s most successful species—whatever that means—don’t care how much […]
I first turned to the pickup artists after losing in love. Or, to be precise, winning—and then losing.