Monthly Archives: September 2011

maybe,

maybe not revolution, but its possibility hope springs eternal and all that and if hope dies then drudgery and only motioning,¬†shallow breath in the screaming room rote life wander at walls but no resistance to push revelation on the brink … Continue reading

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“And I faced the Pursuer . . . or did I?”

At the moment I am reading Paul Williams’ Apple Bay; this is part of researching for the Vonnegut paper, which has become quite suddenly more focussed now that I’ve split open my free-associative dreamscape of a utopian cocoon and reemerged … Continue reading

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an imperfect possibility

It is rising in me, the impulse to secede normative society and go back–if not to the land, then to some iteration of it that, even in my current state of wobbly and rather glorious confusion, must be said to … Continue reading

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