“Unlike diseases that attack the body, dementia, by degrading the physiology of the brain, induces an altered state of consciousness, a consciousness both like and unlike our own, both a mirror and a mask.” In The Guardian, Dasha Kiper on the deviousness of dementia.

+ George Saunders in The New Yorker: My Writing Education: A Time Line.

+ And from Refinery 29: Sex, Drugs, And V-Neck Tees: Inside The Cult Of American Apparel. (People rip American Apparel for misogyny. But let’s not forget their victimization of husky guys. That ain’t no extra large…)