Jen Burke Anderson

Jen Burke Anderson is a writer, thinker, and activist obsessed with media, cultural democracy, common values, and the impact of ideas on society. She writes about music, film, media, culture, politics, and society, usually with a humorous bent and spirit of self-inquiry.


By Jen Burke Anderson / January 25, 2018 / 1 Comment

Jen Burke Anderson returns to The Fabulist with this biting little satire of our app-driven virtual society, and the blithe replacement of authentic human connections with market-driven user experiences.

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Where is the Enchilada of Death?

By Jen Burke Anderson / June 21, 2008 / 1 Comment

by Jen Burke Anderson Stomach flu. Days of lying on your back at the mercy of mutant molecules coiling viciously up your brain tubes, of your neurons unlinking and firing randomly into the air like Cossacks at a village wedding. The unending suspicion that the floor keeps moving to some other place. Days of training […]

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