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Adrian Louis Chandler
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Adrian Louis Chandler is a Los Angeles based writer. He is a geek about many things and an avid follower of politics. Raised in Venice, California, he perpetually found himself in and out of trouble. He later learned the finer points of purposeful dissent in university. Since then he has been writing works such as essays, poems, short stories, creative non-fiction, general neurotic rants on life, and still working on that first novel. Unfortunately, he is not very good at writing bios about himself in the third person.

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Pop Culture or Politics, or Both

(0) Comments | Posted September 25, 2013 | 2:55 PM

Miley Cyrus! Okay, now that I have your attention, we can talk. What happened to the dream, the democratic experiment, that was the United States of America? Satire has become the most honest form of news, and politics are so destroyed that we vote for the lesser of two evils,...

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On the Writer

(0) Comments | Posted November 27, 2012 | 9:30 AM

A Writer writes
His placid dreams,
Or daily vision shares,
In public view
To test his schemes
Of human truth and blessed errs.

The ink or pixels
That spell out thought
Are vessels for the birth
Of every new
And...

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My Declaration Against Lethargy

(0) Comments | Posted August 16, 2012 | 3:02 PM

The willfully and contented ignorance of the Commonwealth is the poison which a democratic republic slowly chokes on. The days when Civil Disobedience was written on a wall in graffiti and the collective ambitious cry for "change" was more than just a compellingly false slogan has long since passed. The...

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Writer's Funk and You Can, Too

(0) Comments | Posted July 23, 2012 | 11:37 AM

Got Writer's Block? Ha! Pansy. I wish I had that. Those who wail and complain that they cannot think of what to jot down are easily missing one of the most fundamental points of writing -- the edit. It is an old technique to dissolve the wall that a writer...

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