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To our many new followers: welcome. We hope that you will enjoy the site. As for our older followers, we thank you for your continued support. In the coming year, we hope to bring our readers even better and more diverse content; but, for now, please enjoy this list of our notable updates from the past months. Our last two round-ups may be accessed through the link above.


A new beginning for American literature

Art, beauty and video games

Generation Y

Fantastic Figurations Face Fearsome Foes

Issue #1

Misc. art

Merry Christmas

Character tests


A Country Doctor


Experimental writing

Untitled #3

Untitled #4



Object #1

No title

No title #2


On violence

On kishōtenketsu

On nominalism

On literature

On contemporary art

On depiction

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The future of Still Eating Oranges is looking bright. Long-time followers and newcomers alike are welcome to browse our past highlights in the links below. Our previous round-up may be located above.


Mark Essen’s worlds without maps

Problems With Nominalist-Materialist Philosophy (part three)

Notes on will

Destruktion and deconstruction

Modern isolation

Nasty, brutish and short

The curtain call for reductionism?

The Assertive Self (part one)

Fantastic Figurations Face Fearsome Foes

Post-post-post-modern superheroics involving a family of four symbolic protagonists. Updates every Sunday.


Page one

Page two

Misc. art

Family sketch

Man’s photo op

Brush experiment

Buck Rogers woman

’60s character design

Concept page


Tyondai Braxton

No Rest for the Wicked

Dale Beran

Experimental writing

Excerpt #2


Excerpt from Plato’s Symposium: A 21st Century Translation

Anti-robot discrimination

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As we prepare a new batch of content, we invite our readers to peruse this selection of material we’ve posted over the past months. Our next update—an essay on independent video game artist-provocateur Mark Essen—will go live in a few days.


Art does not exist

The why-how distinction

Problems With Nominalist-Materialist Philosophy (part one)

Problems With Nominalist-Materialist Philosophy (part two)

The significance of plot without conflict

Concept work

Preliminary designs for a post-post-post-modern superhero comic. Working title Black.

Protagonist one

Protagonist two

Protagonist three

Protagonist four

Principal character one

Test illustrations for an anachronistic, fairy tale-inspired project. Working title Ursula the Knight.




The Diary of Tortov Roddle


Micachu & the Shapes

Misc. art

Duffle bag girl

Pixel art


Fat man

Leyendecker man

Sketch page

Experimental writing




Stunning Tales #6

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Stunning Tales #6

"Jack, behind you!"
A hulking silhouette fills the doorway, pistol glinting in the darkness—Bill!
"End of the line, Jack!"
Will Jack survive? Can Bill be stopped?! See issue #7!

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Written for (and courteously rejected by) the Safety Pin Review, which places 30-word fiction on the backs of its city-walking operatives.

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