Christina, 1913, early photograph by Mervyn Joseph Pius O’Gorman

Philosophy of Writing – 22 – Drought

August 1, 2015
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Constantly, like an event of weather or a movement of the stars, I will open a screen like this and tell myself that the blog hasn’t been written in for a long time and there’s no way to keep it alive, even though I love it, without posting. I can preen the links and pick the […]

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Speculative Microfiction

April 2, 2015
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Under the leaves the Beast waits singing Oh Joy to the Blood to the Keening the Pain Under the Rain the Feast waits gleaming, lost in the Forest preening dirt from his breathing Beast cleans the Feast from her Teeth red with bleeding, waits near the Nest she saw fall from the Stars ‘Til somewhere […]

Argumentational Modality: Wherein Sea Lions Make Intellectually Invalid Arguments

March 20, 2015
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Those of us trained in the philosophical definitions of a valid argument will recognise that for an argument to be considered deductively valid it must meet certain conditions: its premisses must be either proven true by deductive argument or must be proved axiomatic, thereby producing a true conclusion. (In all my writing I use “premiss” […]

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Work-In-Progress Excerpt

March 14, 2015
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This is the piece I’ll be working on during Disquiet International under the tutelage of my friend and literary hero Alexander Chee. I recently started drafting the second segment of the novel, and thought I’d share a bit of it with you. WINTER She fills the scratches in the bark with dulled fingertips, her face taken away […]

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Osso Buco Stew

January 27, 2015
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This morning I thought I was going to move to London in about 48 hours. By noon I knew I’d have to wait another three weeks because we messed up and one of our cats doesn’t yet meet the EU pet import requirements. It’s costly and inconveniences everybody. Tonight I made osso buco stew to […]

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Book Review: “Never Let Me Go” by Kazuo Ishiguro

January 17, 2015
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Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro My rating: 5 of 5 stars Ishiguro writes literary fiction layered heavily over a solid sci-fi plot that shines through only faintly–which is why he’s such a literary darling, and one of my favourite authors. “Never Let Me Go” captured my childhood exactly: I went to a British […]

Livetweeting Dinosaur Erotica, Collected

December 14, 2014
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That time I read dinosaur erotica and tweeted a lot about it. Dinosaurs, cocks, and clogs!

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