Posts Tagged by the matrix
|June 11, 2016||Posted by Wes Hazard under Uncategorized|
This is what happens when you watch the Architect scene from The Matrix Reloaded eight times in a row at 2am and then remember that you own a projector.
I’ve been trying to get back into photography more lately and have been adding some of my stuff to my instagram feed (which is currently dominated by absurd found pieces from print publications culled from my zine-making expeditions). You can check me out on IG @weshazard
|May 22, 2014||Posted by Wes Hazard under Uncategorized|
So that Literary Roast thing that I did ended up being damn fun. Like…a lot. I got my geek on, saw some incredibly talented performers, and comically ribbed/celebrated J.R.R. Tolkien, the scribe of Middle Earth himself, as “The Inventor of Cosplay!” ‘Twas a delightful time.
So much so in fact that I was inspired to select Tolkien as the latest passenger in my every-other-week blog column for The Missouri Review wherein I choose a literary notable (poetry or prose, living or dead) and curate/comment on the “perfect playlist” for picking them up from the airport. I’m not 100% certain that Tolkien would dig Mariah Carey, Blackalicious, & the soundtrack to The Matrix Revolutions as much as I think he would, but dammit I’m sticking to it!
Check out the playlist HERE
And, for a more pensive version of me in high-fantasy land: