Nicholas Grider examines the lines between poverty and luxury in the context of his having bought a pair of Beats headphones while on the verge of homelessness.
How do we begin to talk about work that we can barely begin to identify the direction of?
Nicholas Grider tunes in with an attempt at opening new discussion of how literary submission fees affect who gets published and why.
“Or the fuzz is neither in your head or in your life, but in the DMZ between the two.” An excerpt from Nicholas Grider’s The Book of Former Wisdom.
Nicholas Grider takes a look at the emotional heft of Bjork’s latest.
Impromptu communication can be complicated for the autistic, and even more so when trying to get involved in something as formal as converting to Judaism.
What does “So have yourself a merry little Christmas now” actually mean? Nicholas Grider takes a personal peer into the nature of a Christmas spent alone.
Lamb’s latest album, Backspace Unwind, provides emotional clarity and foundation for Nicholas Grider during trying times.
A historical and aesthetic-driven look at the context and affect of the first album appearing from Aphex Twin’s Richard D. James following more than a decade of silence.
Nicholas Grider provides thoughtful consideration of how autism affects his reading and his writing.