Do we here at The Falling Leaf Review intend to examine our social interactions and forums and provide commentary and critique? Yes, we surely do. How could it be otherwise? Isn’t it a compelling logic carried to its conclusion by the premise: ours is a Literary Review? Could I extend any of these questions and answers beyond the limits of this essay? Yes, I could, but I will not, except to say the subjects of our essays range from language and linguistics, to epistemology and ethics, to history and law, to historiography and reading and writing, to painting, sculpture, theater, blogging, the media, et cetera, et cetera. How much more could be said is indeterminable. What is determinable is what gets written when it does get written; the facts around the writing and as a result of having written are the only determinable things about the writing herein. There is no essential writing before the existence of what has been written, what is the writing is only in the writing.