New York Times
Two views on Richard Linklater's Boyhood, Part 2: Boyhood is a vapid, unreflective anti-story.
Two views on Richard Linklater's Boyhood, Part 1: Boyhood is a portrait of Millennial aimlessness.
Atoning for the sins of Christian writing through the grace of poetic form.
The uncomfortable Adult Swim cartoon is satire for an "improbable age."
Answering blogger Rod Dreher's Question: The ACNA is the best hope for American Christianity in cultural exile.
In an “improbable age,” do we still understand the function of satire?
The logic of Southern manners and the benefits of social grace.