I write words.
Sometimes, but not often, those words are smart. Sometimes, but not often, they are funny. But hopefully, those words are never cruel.
The words I write usually talk about books or movies or theology, and usually describe the ways humans live together, happily and unhappily.
I put together a bunch of words like that and made them into a book called Postmodern Suburban Spaces: Philosophy, Ethics, and Community in Post-War American Fiction. The at Palgrave MacMillan published in 2016.