miscellany/etymology

Take It Away, James.

i discovered this morning that my good friend James has a blog! and while my love for and confidence in the guy is such that i would have mentioned it anyway, it so happens that his inaugural post is, in being a sort of review of/reflection upon the launch for This Book, about food! how convenient!

but hey, still better, in keeping with my fixation on absent centres, James talks about the conspicuousness of a lack of critical analysis of either capitalism or masculine privilege in a space devoted to exploring beer, gender, apartheid and economic monopoly! what gives?

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