Jamie is a senior English and Philosophy double major from New Berlin, PA. The details of his life are rather inconsequential but there is one incontrovertible fact of his being: he is just here to party. The most important lesson that he has learned as a writer is the boundlessness of his own stupidity. He also maintains that anyone who believes in the disbanding of the Oxford comma, the profound importance of never splitting infinitives, and the idea that different citation methods are worth giving any f***s about should be beaten with copies of Finnegan’s Wake until said person is uglier than Charles Bukowski.
Garrett, James H.
"A Little Boy Lived Down the Street,"
Year 2012, Article 15.
Available at: http://cupola.gettysburg.edu/mercury/vol2012/iss1/15