"When I say that I'm concerned about newer SF poets not knowing the history of SF poetry, I'm also saying, even proclaiming with a shade of defiance, that there is a history to learn."
It's a sobering thought that thoughout history, violence has only been considered immoral by fanatics and crackpots.
It's when Maury got crushed by a hydraulic piston in a molding machine that I met the people from the other place. I don't know what they were. Perfect people, like kings and queens from a storybook. Or fucking fairies.
Violet Miranda: Girl Pirate , page 10 of 24. A serialized graphic novel.