Posts by Victor Glass

April 19, 2023 | Nonfiction

The Artist Class: The New Millennial Rung in the Social Ladder

Victor Glass

The artist class?

January 9, 2023 | Interview

My Luncheon with Elizabeth

Victor Glass

When I was a younger man in my early 20s slumming about Watauga County in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina living off of sacks of potatoes, Top Ramen, and 50 cent day-old bread from Jimmy John's in the midst of a youthful exploration of self-discovery, my primary means of spiritual sustenance being $2 40 oz bottles of malt liquor, my relationships with scoundrels, endearing friends, an abundance of hedonism, a lack of responsibility, a poor boy’s decadence, bright-eyed women, and Kamel Red cigarettes, Elizabeth Ellen was the first literary publisher to accept any work that I’d submitted. This was circa 2014. Felt that she was the Hackmuth to my Great Bandini.

April 25, 2021 | fucked up modern love essays

Only in a Dystopia Could The Bachelor Exist: Matt James Edition

Victor Glass

He was black, handsome, and nonthreatening, so white people loved him.

December 4, 2020 |

Does Kanye West Need God or Does God Need Kanye?: Kanye’s Holy Ghost Tent Revival Sunday Service (On a Friday)

Victor Glass

immediately I thought, “Oh shit! They got Kanye!”