James Pate at Montevidayo says some really precise stuff about chaos and art, ending with this (YES): “With both–and with Grosz too, I would say– we’re left with an aesthetic that I like to think of as the abandoned house approach to art. You go in and wander around, but no one lives there anymore.”
Your favorite bitter literary characters on Omegle
Whoever said Omegle is the Internet-chat version of truckstop-bathroom sex didn’t think to throw ‘great literature’ at it to, you know, maybe class it up a bit. Well, I thought it, and I threw it, and I somehow still feel dirty, ashamed, and full of regret. I feel like I’ve ruined something.
I give you the underground man chatting on Omegle, followed by Molloy chatting on Omegle.
July 10th, 2009 / 12:30 am
Play by Samuel Beckett, Parts 1 & 2
via the blog of the much-admired artist Robbie Cooper.
June 15th, 2009 / 7:03 pm
Power Quote: Beckett
Thus the sixpence worth of sky changed again, from the poem that he alone of all the living could write to the poem that he alone of all the born could have written.
– Murphy, p. 83
December 18th, 2008 / 10:03 am