Frances Loretta: “Can watching your beautiful little face in the corner of Zoom calls help you learn to love yourself?”

What is this mode of perception, so different from ordinary perception that it is well described as madness? How is it that when you fall in love you feel as if suddenly you are seeing the world as it really is? A mood of knowledge floats out over your life. You seem to know whatContinue reading “Frances Loretta: “Can watching your beautiful little face in the corner of Zoom calls help you learn to love yourself?””

Drew Nelles on Bernie and Coronavirus

On Tuesday, March 10th—the day of the Michigan primary—a friend and I went knocking on doors in a get-out-the-vote effort for Bernie Sanders. Stupidly, at the time, I barely noticed the growing trickle of news about coronavirus. Instead, to the detriment of my writing, schoolwork, and mental health, I was single-mindedly focused on the BernieContinue reading “Drew Nelles on Bernie and Coronavirus”

“Mindless Flavorless Objects” by Emmet White

Sitting on-top of L.L. Bean flannel covers, the Andrea Arnold directed season of Big Little Lies playing, the crumbs from a sleeve of unsalted Premium saltines rest in between my comforter and mattress. I am not alone, as they say, in this uncomfortability or this indulgence. And there is, of course, a market for thisContinue reading ““Mindless Flavorless Objects” by Emmet White”

"Store Shelves Empty but for Long-Stemmed Roses," A poem by Katryce Lassle

If you’re reading this from the other sideI hope I’m famous thereI hope I’m hereFor the right reasons They halted production on the current season of BacheloretteAnd the German Big Brother cast has no idea this is happening, they’re safestWhere they are, I wonder where their heads will beWill they live-stream letting them out, breakingContinue reading “"Store Shelves Empty but for Long-Stemmed Roses," A poem by Katryce Lassle”

Some (musical) encouragement for the earth fam from Mark Warren Jacques

“My name is Mark Warren Jacques. I am an artist and musician living in Leucadia, California. A couple days ago while self isolating and locked in my house, nursing a cold (hopefully not COVID) I started feeling a little stressed out about the Pandemic currently at hand in the world. I decided to bust outContinue reading “Some (musical) encouragement for the earth fam from Mark Warren Jacques”

Shareholder Announcement

Transparency with shareholders is a guiding value here at Delirium.blog. In light of the unfolding COVID-19 outbreak (and ongoing market tumult) we share with you here our full accelerated rollout plan for the upcoming weeks: Tuesday, March 17– LaunchWednesday, March 18– Hire staffThursday, March 19– Develop appealing, idiosyncratic editorial voice Friday, March 20– Pivot toContinue reading “Shareholder Announcement”