I’m not in the habit of interpreting literature for others. As a rule, I can only mislead — or else rob you of a moment of profound insight. However, only very bad rules have no […]
Peter Blume (1906-1992), The Rock, 1948. Via: https://biblioklept.org/2019/10/03/the-rock-peter-blume/
Giorgio de Chirico — The Mute Orpheus (1970)
As a boy, I never understood why little green men would be attracted to human females (as in Mars Attacks!), especially where the reverse was not true. I was older before I realized these stories […]
Art by Tomiyuki Kaneko inspired by the classical Buddhist tradition in Japan. I am sitting in an Italian cafe across from the US Embassy in Tokyo waiting for Orine to finish her visa interview.
There once was a girl of grace and beauty who lived in a grand old house full of marble and gold with an army of servants who dressed her and fed her and shooed her […]