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from big cities to beach boulevards and small town basement bars // nomadism as a cure for existential anxiety

The topic of my Masters thesis is a feeling that is associated with existential anxiety and often in both psychology and philosophy considered an inevitable part of human life: not feeling at home in the world. I’ll skip elaborating on … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to Everyone Who’s Asked for My Phone Number and A Polite Explanation for Why I Refused

I need a little rant now after being chatted up fairly intrusively at the bus stop yesterday evening. It sucks being rejected, I know. You see an approachable person in a public space and decide to have a go. Maybe … Continue reading

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When the veil lifts between the dead and the living

If you’re wondering why my posts have been so morbid lately, the short explanation is that I’m working on a BA dissertation on Gothic fiction and the grotesque and the abject are on top of my mind as a result … Continue reading

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