Writer, editor, and musician




Appetite for Redistribution, on Budgeting for All (Zora Zine, 2022) ➙ I discussed this essay on The Blockchain Socialist

How To Make Voting More Truly Representative, on quadratic voting and quadratic funding (Noema, 2022)


Alt Rock by Algorithm, on indie pop “internet muzak” (Frieze, 2020)


How Corporations Try To Be More Human Than Humans, on corporate personhood and brand identity (Current Affairs, 2020)


This is What Insanity Sounds Like, on the curiously self-tortured legacy of post-grunge music (The Baffler, 2019)


Broken Homes, on mixed media artist Adia Millett (Art in America, 2019)


Oh Brother Why Art Thou, on the parasocial clickbait of Brother HQ (HmmDaily, 2019)


Binky Listens, on the classical music roots of an Arthur meme (Van Magazine, 2018)


The Evolution of Hocketing, on the origins of this complex musical technique (Red Bull Music Academy Daily, 2018)

Reckoning with Ambiguity, on Gregory Crewdson’s photograph “Untitled (Beer Dream)” (Hazlitt, 2017)

Rage and Cringe, on conservative opera memes (Van Magazine, 2017)

Mark LOREM IPSUM