Green Lions by Simon Rogghe and Zarina Zabrisky

Avoiding both making words their tool and the rules of writing their master, Rogghe and Zabrisky enfold language as a co-conspirator in their poetic egg. Merging the radical collaboration of the early surrealists with the entirely personal secrets of alchemy, they initiate a manual for transformation that would have saved Jerry Cornelius books-worth of angst … Continue reading Green Lions by Simon Rogghe and Zarina Zabrisky

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Telephone Boxes are Passé

While not on a level with the Government's ill-fated anti-vampire lamps (details of which I will reveal when the time is right), all is not well in public conveniences. Following my previous revelation that commercial cleaners might be at risk of mutation, I have discovered evidence that members of the public might also be at … Continue reading Telephone Boxes are Passé

I do not think it means what you think it means

Although I have spent much of my time looking at cat-related products recently, I have still taken note of the unintended oddities scattered across my surroundings. Oddities which might reveal a threat to our very way of life. While using the facilities in a shopping centre I saw the following notice on a cubicle: OUT … Continue reading I do not think it means what you think it means