Story about a mother who develops an allergic reaction to her kids –

This is not a post on how to write and why – I spend most of my time writing … This is a post on how not to write and why: Every now and then I do some proper work, but most of the time I’m scribbling. Scribbling in the margins of books I read, … More Story about a mother who develops an allergic reaction to her kids –

We have too much stuff already. It clutters our view, inward and outward.

I’m reading Lisa Carver’s Reaching Out with No Hands. Reconsidering Yoko Ono. It’s a very amusing and well written book. Carver has a strong personal tone – her text is filled with respect for Ono’s work. Here is why, according to Carver, Ono is such an important artist: Yoko Ono is not pretty, she is … More We have too much stuff already. It clutters our view, inward and outward.

(creative?!???) MESS, or: a state of confusion and disorderliness

I’ve started working on a short essay on Maggie Nelson’s Bluets. the book keeps popping up in my imagination, so I’ve decided to try to write myself through my fascination. As for now I haven’t got any written stuff to show you, but this is what my desk looks like at the moment: in comparison … More (creative?!???) MESS, or: a state of confusion and disorderliness