A Guide to My Writing Here at Big Other

I’ve done a lot of posting since I started writing here (in December 2009). To make it all easier to navigate (both for myself and others), as well as to encourage folks to check out some of my older articles, I’ve gathered links to all of my posts and organized them by subject (below). I tried to keep cross-indexing to a minimum, although there is some. I also revised the titles of about two dozen posts to more clearly indicate their contents. Additionally, I wrote explanatory notes to better explain what’s lurking behind most of these links. And, finally, I took the liberty of highlighting what I believe to be my best posts…

[last updated 28 December 2012]

A D & Jeremy Talk about Movies:

Other Cinema:

Feature Friday—i.e., feature-length films that I embedded at the site for your enjoyment merriment:

Literature:

Writing about My Own Writing:

Incidentally, if my fiction interests you (or if even the thought of it intrigues you), please check out my personal website, where you’ll find links to my publishers and the stories I’ve published online.

Music and Dance:

Innovation, Form, and Progress in the Arts (Theory):

Memorials:

Advertising:

Chicago:

Announcements and Repostings:

Misc.

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