Table of Contents | 13 October 2003
There was no escaping the conclusion: surrounded by ten thousand square kilometers of desert, he had drowned.
I am both Faustian and Promethean. Besides the poetry of Yeats, Byron, Poe, Goethe, Novalis, and Villon, I have been marked by the writings of Lovecraft, Kafka, Burroughs, Joyce, and Nietzsche.
Launched with Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, Cassandraism remains the most socially acceptable branch on the family tree of science fiction.
and so is the cat, black / fur coating the chairs, sinking / into the places he's torn in the fabric
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