Dateline: searching for clarity: hoping for grace
Josh Barkey was raised in the Amazon basin of Peru, South America, and eventually attained the rank of "Man for Life" in the Canadian wilderness. These days he lives in a shed in North Carolina, teaching art and in his free time arranging words into poems, stories, essays and scripts.
When being a dirty fool is almost a moral virtue.
He might be a racist misogynist... but the cure for that is unconditional love.
One of cinema vérité's few successes.
The moral underpinnings of Cedar Rapids diminishes a an otherwise good story.
true love through fornication
stories are exploratory ships, NOT bludgeons
Why DC Talk's TobyMac really needs to start over, somewhere else.
Why it's impossible to return to an agrarian society (and why we absolutely have to try)