Jorge Cotte

Jorge Cotte is a writer living in Chicago. His work has appeared in The New Inquiry, Complex, and Remezcla. When not writing, he is cooking, binging, and tweeting.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Tick Tock: The Timeliness of Watchmen

Jorge Cotte takes stock of what HBO's Watchmen is doing, what it thinks it's doing, and what, until last night, we might have thought it was doing, too....


Radical Acts of Flyness

Jorge Cotte attends to the dialogues of feeling underneath Terence Nance's unconventional HBO series....

Radical Acts of Flyness
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