Literature/Poetry

It’s 2:45 in the PM and I’m rolling a Citizen’s Cab spare, 2402, down Fillmore fresh from a fruitless jaunt through Pac Heights. As my day shift winds down, I’ll continue working these well-off commercial strips



There’s a wave of interest in Robert Anton Wilson right now – a new biography of Wilson is due in 2017, and a RAW-influenced history of the 20th century was recently published, both of these coming from “mainstream” publishers.








You were on your way home when you died. It was a car accident. Nothing particularly remarkable, but fatal nonetheless.



“…and as you can see in this animation, the earth’s rotation has stopped.” A blueish sphere representing the earth spun into view. Professor Pouerpoynt moved his hands over it, pointing to the…



The most insidious aspects of the authoritarian regime depicted in George Orwell’s book, 1984, is not the shifting of language, nor the omnipresent surveillance, nor the visceral torture by rat-cage, nor even…



In a smoky hotel room in Toronto, Canada sometime in the mid 80’s I woke up to an insomniac laying next to me. “What are you reading?”  I asked, emerging from my…