I’m sorry that it’s been a while since I’ve posted much of anything here. Emigrating to the States has taken some effort and time.

I’m now living in New York, working an honest-to-God jacket-and-tie job for the first time since forever. It’s pretty great, actually. An opportunity to offset all those years spent in the splendid isolation of research and development.

Plus, it’s just great to be back in the city. Last time I arrived here, I wrote a short piece on my then platform, the editorial section of Rackham (Danish alert!). As most things revisited after more than a half decade, it’s pretty embarrassing, if nothing else for being so overwritten, but I find the kaleidoscopic sense of possibility in, and the relentless commercial edge of, this city, that I was trying to evoke last time around, as fully palpable now as it was then.

There are still a few kinks to be worked out in terms of fully settling here, and work places different demands on my time than I’ve been used to, but I nevertheless hope to maintain a steady presence here at the Bunker as well as around my other internet haunts (+ newly at Twitter @Metabunker) for the foreseeable future.

Don’t touch that dial.

Drawing for the cover of Ben Katchor’s great Julius Knipl book, The Beauty Supply District. New York in the vein.

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  1. Yay! Glad you’re getting somewhat settled in. And nice to have you stateside!

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