What They Don't Teach You - #336

You have to inhabit it
to overcome it.




I'm working on publishing a long story called "History of The Night" that I've been writing, drawing, photographing and designing for over a decade now.

If you're curious please check it out at:


or just click on "about me" to your right and go through there.

I'll be updating the story every couple days with various pieces of writing, photos, drawings and paintings that are designed to be read and viewed in just about any order, and yet still tell the same story in an infinite number of ways; it's like a choose your own adventure on acid, but the chapters and photos will also be listed chronologically.

If you do stop by, I hope you enjoy it.



Call It Camouflage

"A writer continually struggles for clarity against the language he's using or, more accurately, against the common usage of language. He doesn't see language with the readability and clarity of something printed out. He sees it, rather, as a terrain full of illegibilities, hidden paths, impasses, surprises, and obscurities. Its map is not a dictionary but the whole of literature and perhaps everything ever said. Its obscurities, its lost senses, its self-effacements come about for many reasons-because of the way words modify each other, write themselves over each other, cancel one another out, and, most importantly, because what's left unsaid always counts for as much, or more, than what is said...Language is always an abbreviation," (of the truth.)

~John Berger


Nothing happens, twice.

-Samuel Beckett


Let The Soul Rise

"The only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, desirous of everything at the same time, the ones who never yawn or say a commonplace thing, but burn, burn, burn like fabulous yellow roman candles exploding like spiders across the stars..."