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Tuesday

In a book I have loved reading several times, and that I frequently forget, and then recall and look forward to rereading, though with layers of understanding and complexities of attitude (call it cynicism, or experience, or years, or fear, … 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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utopian urges

I’m lost in surfing this morning, following links and threads on utopia around the web. I entered through the techno-utopia image (pictured in the video below), which started out as a sort of sci-fi/fantasy tour, but has led to fascinating … Continue reading

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Vonnegut on The Current

This morning (Friday morning) Mark Vonnegut was being interviewed on The Current so I recorded it with my iPhone as I was driving home. He’s written another memoir talking about schizophrenia, or manic depression and psychosis I suppose–the definitions are … Continue reading

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antifascist urban commune

From the FIC directory, under the subcategory “communes”; I like the indirect reference to Marxism (“With everyone’s abilities for everyone’s needs”), and the specification that this is an “antifascist” commune. Not like those other, fascist, communes. Nice to know someone … Continue reading

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