S.M. Park

Risen Apes: There But for Fortune

S.M. Park’s column Risen Apes about being a 70-year-old boomer. In “There But for Fortune,” Park admires Kerouac’s writing process for On the Road and attempts the same using cocaine.   I have a deal with my grower buddy Mungo Jerry (who moved here three years after I did) where I buy a hundred bucks worth ... Read the full article
S.M. Park

S.M. Park lives two blocks from the Salish Sea in Port Townsend, Washington. His passions include walking, wondering and weed. Park, in his guise as Wilson High, has written and illustrated two memoirs, High & Dry and The Grass Is Greener, both published by University of Hell Press.

Hello America, From Australia: Researcher Proposes Renaming “Shark Attacks” As “Negative Encounters”

In his latest column, Matthew Reddin looks at Shark Week, shark attacks, and a bit of PR spin on behalf of sharks and their “bad reputation.” 

Risen Apes: Reason To Believe

S.M. Park’s column Risen Apes about being a 70-year-old boomer. In “Reason To Believe,” Park talks about the three instances his alcoholism made him remorseful. 

Hello America, From Australia: Late-Stage Capitalism with a Soupçon of Post-Modernist Irony

In his latest column, Matthew Reddin examines late-stage capitalism and how Americans willingly pay good money to wear and/or display company logos.

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