I got some feedback on the book this week that was… how should I say… “harsh but fair.” It’s got me rethinking a lot of things – content, style, organization. I think there’s a gulf between the book that some people expect me to write and the one that I’ve written. Not sure how I’m going to address that (or if I have to).
- HEWN, No. 313 via substack.com
I’m still listening to The Age of Surveillance Capitalism on audiobook. I have Astra Taylor’s new one, Democracy May Not Exist, But We’ll Miss It When It’s Gone, sitting on my desk, but I’ve only read the first few sentences. I struggle to process more than one non-fiction book at a time. I went to the bookstore yesterday to buy some new fiction, but came out empty-handed.
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