–Arts and letters for the modern age–

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–Arts and Letters for the Modern Age–

Gendrome

Gendrome

Gendrome is a new novel by Daniel A. Kaufman, illustrated by Mariah Gregg-Fling. It imagines a world that is adjacent to, but not quite our own.  Cathode Ray Zone is pleased to present Gendrome in serial form, with a new installment releasing every two weeks. We...

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The “Franchise” Curse

The “Franchise” Curse

I’m not sure when entertainment franchises became a thing. There always have been series, of course – I grew up watching The Honeymooners, MASH, and the original Star Trek, to mention a few – but when did the term that previously had been reserved for fast-food chains...

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Moral Philosophy and Moral Life

Moral Philosophy and Moral Life

An argument against theism is that the world looks exactly as you’d expect it to if there is no God and not at all like it would if there is one, and I want to say the same thing about morality: Moral life looks nothing like you’d expect it to if traditional moral...

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