The last post about American Appetites and Glynnis’ sadness about dessert marking the end of a meal reminded me of another 1980s literary classic, White Noise by Don Delillo and the scene of the family eating fried chicken in the car: No one wanted to cook that night. We all got in the car and… Read More How hunger shrinks the world – White Noise
Its late. My once dull headache now pounds furiously. My mouth, so dry, can no longer hold words. The murmur of bubbling, gurgling emptiness inside now pervades my whole body with an angry pulse. I feel like an imploding star and my stomach growls in angry protest. I am caving in, hungry. For us fortunate… Read More Why Hungry Philosophy?