Tag Archives: hegemony

Grecian Heights, Southern Hollers

Unthinking ain’t’s, I reckon’s, and yawning I’s
pepper a tongue not meant for an enterprise
so lofty: loading lines with sound, sense,
suited to voices with British accents.

A language not my own, but continually
deferred, always already the property
of faceless hegemon, unnamed they,
happy to teach, for a price, the right way.

To hell with it, a part of me says, just write,
long I’s be damned, I reckon, the words just might
fall into place, by God, the sun shines
down on me same as on them, their proud lines.

Yet all my damn-nears end up as prudish quites,
sincerity forsaken for Grecian heights,
soul sold for silver sounds of small sense,
damning my I’s in stressing the past tense.

The Unarmed Education Mercenary

freelance academic/poet-for-hire/verbal hustler/classless teacher

Majority Rule

The Official Blog of the New Faculty Majority

Nathaniel C. Oliver

freelance academic/poet-for-hire/verbal hustler/classless teacher

Rainshadow Farm

living, learning, resilience


Traces of Italy

A Narcissist Writes Letters, To Himself

A Hopefully Formerly Depressed Human Vows To Practice Self-Approval


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Beautiful Insanity

A heart on fire, fighting with all its might.

Rachel Svendsen

Reading. Writing. Me.

O at the Edges

Musings on poetry, language, perception, numbers, food, and anything else that slips through the cracks.

Wallflower Whimsy

Words from the introverse.

Working Without a Net

Don't look down. You'll be fine.

Music for Deckchairs

"In shadowy, silent distance grew the iceberg too": universities, technology, work and life

Gerry Canavan

the smartest kid on earth

As the Adjunctiverse Turns

cheeky, no respect for academia


some of us are brave

Corey Robin

Author of The Reactionary Mind: Conservatism from Edmund Burke to Sarah Palin


Poetry, story and real life.

It's complicated.

Writings on disability, academia, architecture, and everything in between.