about me

My name is Kevin Hilke; I am a writer, editor, and graduate student in English literature with interests in postmodern critical and political theory, public policy, media ecology, analogical reasoning and cognition, evolutionary psychology, and victimhood. I also have extensive organizing and operations experience, information about some of which is available here. To pay rent, I teach high-school students to use the ineptitudes and biases of the SAT to their advantage. I am originally from O’Fallon, Missouri, an overdeveloped suburb 30 minutes west of St. Louis. I live in California.


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Wyatt was four years old when his father returned alone from Spain, a small disgruntled person with sand-colored hair, hazel eyes which burned into green on angry occasion, and hands constantly busy, clutching and opening on nothing, breaking something, or picking his nose.

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