• The Only Thing That’s Real

    I was appalled by every page of Djävulsgreppet, but I’m profoundly grateful that Wolf took the pain to write it. The world has turned into a richer place for it.

  • Zen and the Art of System Dynamics

    When a baby is born, it’s not aware of itself as a separate entity. All there is in the beginning, is quality.

  • The Shadow of Greatness

    Creativity is scary. You want to have access to it in your life, but also to keep it at arms length, lest it consumes you.

  • Ontoleptic Play

    Theatre has always had the potential to shift our perception of reality. Boosted by technology, it’s now proving to be one of the most interesting ontological laboratories that are available to us.

  • Interesting Spells I-N-T-E-R-E-S-T-E-D

    The latest HBO show feels as random as life itself. It really shouldn’t work, and yet something keeps it all together.

  • A River Of Tears

    I remember one of my first hangovers. I was on a beautiful beach surrounded by friends. They’d baked me a cake, but I didn’t have the stomach for it.

  • One Hell of a Book

    Learning to love yourself in a country where your life can be taken away from you at any moment and there’s nothing you can do about it – learning to love yourself in the middle of all that? Hell, that’s a goddamn miracle.

  • Gone in 60 Seconds

    What would you do if you had a house full of actors unable to get in front of an audience for an indefinite period of time?