Exhibit 1.7.13



Apparently the only people more obsessed with my Chris O’Donnell-in-the-mid-90s-like locks than Mathias were all in my literature class last fall. We read work from Colson Whitehead, Anne Carson, Zadie Smith, Joseph O’Neill, Selah Saterstrom, and many, many amazing writers, but when I got my evaluations back, a theme emerged not related to the fracturing of the self in contemporary fiction:












And in case you think this is some kind of bragging and not the result of deep-seeded frustration to have made a real impact on the intellectual lives of many of my students, know that it wasn’t all positive:



Sometimes I worry even my own students won’t get my forthcoming experimental novelĀ I Am Your Haircut.

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