My name is Travis Mushett. KGB Bar Lit describes me thusly: “Aside from pioneering the luxury sundial industry and being named Georgia’s All-State high school quarterback in 2003, Cecil is one of the nation’s most accomplished recumbent tandem bicyclists. Time Out New York describes his bicycling performance as ‘virtuosic … a must see. Like Lance Armstrong playing co-op Mario Kart with God.’” They also refer to me as Cecil Marcos, though, so they’re probably not to be trusted.
More reliable information suggests that I’m a PhD student in communications at the Columbia University School of Journalism where my research focuses on horizontal education and temporary autonomous zones as they function in contemporary social movements, particularly Occupy Wall Street. It has also been alleged that I’m involved with Occupy as an activist and pamphleteer, and that I write fiction, non-fiction, plays, and children’s books.
Curriculum Veto is a space for my musings, ramblings, and half-formed thoughts. The topics covered range from pop-punk records to political revolution, but you’ll probably find a disproportionate number of posts on leftist movements, literature, higher ed, and visual culture.
If you feel so inclined, don’t hesitate to hit me up at email@example.com.