A tale of stargazer lilies, body doubles, computer science, manic depression, unrequited crushes… pdf behind link, “Dimensionality Curses” . Published by Oasis Journal (a project of Holum Press) in this pretty brown book: 🙂
Tomorrow I return to New York to visit family and see some talks given by Alexander Galloway, part of a two-night event titled “Uncomputable” held at the School for Poetic Computation. I like Galloway’s thoughts about data- // Data comes from the Latin dare, meaning to give. But it’s the form that’s most interesting. First of all, it’s […]
In this highly logical and verbal society-where semantics appear to be the trafficway of human relationship-it may be disconcerting to find that words often complicate interaction rather than Simplify it. This is particularly evident in relationships where neurotic elements are present. In our culture ego defenses most commonly use verbalization as a method of manipulation […]
Writing tweets; thinking in pull quotes; drunk brocialists; disappointment, faintly suggested but fully registered; hangovers; Puerto Rico; superhero movies; Elon Musk; Bitcoin boosters; union busters; the treacly-precious task of recuperating “dignity;” being a good sport; tawny blonde highlights; forgetting how to offend; being forgotten; forgetting faces but not conversations; losing your religion; enjoying yourself more […]
Since I sometimes think I should post more images here: some screenshots I’ve taken recently, plus a photo of a gorgeous copy of Avital Ronell’s CRACK WARS. I like that it has three ribbons, presumably to mark three different places in the text. It’s useful.
I have a short story coming out through Holum Press pretty soon. Here’s a bit from another one I’m working on — I guess this at this point it’s more of a character sketch. A real plot’s about to happen … *** When Rose was a little girl, she’d lock the door to her bedroom […]
Richard Doyle says the drugged narrator writes in the “Nth person plural” — a psychic transfer that starts in a level-up from first person to third, then beyond, full exit from singular personal enclosure, ego immolation. It starts when you notice how often you use I in your writing, how references to you and your […]
til then, more Popol Vuh, click click
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Just remembered this great joke from The Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy: PREFECT: You should prepare yourself for the jump into hyperspace; it’s unpleasantly like being drunk. ARTHUR: What’s so unpleasant about being drunk? PREFECT: Just ask a glass of water.