All posts by Jeremiah Webster

Jeremiah Webster is Associate Professor of English at Northwest University in Kirkland, Washington and an ordained deacon in the Anglican Communion (ACNA). He has written critical introductions for the work of T.S. Eliot and W.B. Yeats. After So Many Fires (Wiseblood Books) is his first poetry collection.

Rise of the Scops: Wonder After the Pandemic

It was Virginia Woolf who wryly observed, “On or about December 1910, human character changed.”[1] I had no idea what this meant, until I stumbled into a fairy wood where a gilded volume by W.B. Yeats waited patiently for my...

/ April 7, 2020

Cells Interlinked: The Quest for Humanity in Blade Runner 2049

By Jeremiah Webster and Zach Boyd Lamenting modern cinema is easy. Optimus Prime never really dies. Second rate superheroes, revived against their will, become a name. CGI bristles, indulges in the excess of “because we can, that’s why.” Nothing explodes...

/ December 6, 2017