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The Hyper-Examined Life

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What other days from my life have gone? After a week, I can't remember five. After a year, how many days in it will you never think of again?

             --- Samuel R. Delany, Dhalgren. New York: Vintage Books. 1974. (p. 732)


Originally started as everybody's one-stop source for Tracy news and randomness, this journal is now almost exclusively friends-only, and I like it like that.

Quick recap of my life to date: Grew up in Westfield, NJ, graduated Westfield High School, escaped to California via Harvey Mudd College, lived in Laguna Beach for a year while finishing up one last undergraduate class, then headed north to Eugene, OR where I lived with a man named Peter, two cats named Iggy Pop and Otis, and a vegetable garden with no name but lots of love. These days we live in Harlem, NYC, USA, , and Epistolography is one of my more successful writing projects. I don't know if I want to grow up, let alone what I want to be, but I plan to keep writing pretty much no matter what.


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