Wilson Knut writes about literature, music, film, and culture. Sometimes He likes to rant about the general stupidity of the masses. Sometimes he's stupid. He continues to delve into the depths of geekdom.
He formerly taught English in a public high school. He's now a multimedia and training specialist splitting his time between writing, filming, and editing training videos and writing technical documents. He played guitar and wrote songs in a “touring” band in the ’90s. He still makes music on occasion. He's a parent. He's a husband.
Jonathan Tropper's This Is Where I Leave You will have you laughing to keep from crying.
Jive Mother Mary's debut All Fall Down offers a fresh perspective on classic blues rock.
While America is transfixed with celebrity culture and its ability to think about complex issues fades, corporations run the country into the ground.