January 19th, 2013 / 3:01 pm
Power Quote

MANIFESTO FOR 2013

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Pyramids. The only desirable tombs. Monoliths, obelisks, this ancient geometry of form. The way energy floats, fuck the new age bullshit sometimes you cannot deny that this is reality. The scent of immortality. Endless lust buried in this cold earth. Aesthetics as holy gods. No competition, only artifice. Beautiful, beautiful artifice. Something to look forward to. Something accountable. My own private structural system. Cold night howls. The expulsive glossolalia’d voice; I AM GOD.1

It’s time we cut out the bullshit. It’s time we start making something that either lifts us into the air. Accelerate through fiction and into a new reality. Nothing is perfect but it can always be new.

1#45, excerpted from Errors; or Dreams I’ve Never Had

17 Comments

  1. HolidayInnExpress

      Cute little pep talk for yourself, but many of us are already “accelerating through fiction a new reality.” That’s what fiction is..by its very definition.

  2. Garett Strickland

      Amen and faster.

  3. Erik Stinson

      have u read jon’s stuff about smooth black egyptian cock? <=====8

  4. Gabriel Wainio-Théberge

      Amen and boost.

  5. Matthew

      Love this but what’s Errors; or Dreams I’ve Never Had? Yours? Whose? Where can I find it / more?

  6. Michael Martin

      My lips are dry.

  7. Michael Martin

      My lips arent dry.

  8. M. Kitchell
  9. M. Kitchell

      yah

  10. M. Kitchell

      wait i thought i had but i just tried to look it up and i don’t think i actually have what’s it in

  11. jianai
  12. Michael Martin

      My lips are at the perfect moisture.

  13. gnOme

      Please delete “or at least moves us forward” from this excellent post.

  14. gnOme

      evidently not, whiner

  15. HolidayInnExpress

      Evidently not what? I don’t write fiction that meets the definition of fiction? And you know this how?…

  16. Guest

      fic·tion
      /ˈfikSHən/

      Noun
      Prose literature, esp. short stories and novels, about imaginary events and people.
      Invention or fabrication as opposed to fact.

  17. HolidayInnExpress

      ^Just in case commenters who are too engulfed in their own pseudo profundity need a simple reminder…