horizontal barLesescenario (1928) by Benjamin Fondane. Translated by Quimby Melton.
eyes wide openLesescenario (1928) by Benjamin Fondane. Translated by Quimby Melton.
"Banal Story": A Hypermedia Critical EditionA reading of the overlooked -- and atypical -- Ernest Hemingway short story, a critical bibliography of relevant secondary sources, and a remixed "all text" edition of the story itself.
Michael Jacobson Interview"I start my novels at the semantic beach, where meaningful and meaningless language converge. I'm particularly interested in exploring the moment when a simple line on a page begins to have meaning, when the content of a gesture is sufficient to scream, 'I exist!'"
SCRIPTjr.nl ResourcesThe definitive collection of resources dedicated to asemic writing and other marginalized script forms
The Strangeness of Realism vs. the Realism of the StrangeThemes in Synecdoche, New York
Remote ViewingObservations Inspired or Furthered by And They Were Two In One And One In Two
1001 Film ScenariosSelections from a proposed chapbook
Lesescenarios, closet drama, and the (screen)writer's riposteOn the "closet screenplay"
- Ah Memory O’ Miss Unbeknownst, Der Late Town Haberdasheress
Sort of knowing the late Miss Unbeknownst is not knowing but maybe it’s a start. Hazy black grey knowing warm knowing for sure but not ...
- Bologna in lettere award: CATEGORY E (Visual Poetry & Asemic Writing)
For the first time in Italy a literary award including a “visual poetry and asemic writing” category. Bologna in lettere award for published and unpublished ...
- Me Tarzan, You Jane! Huh? No? Not? Why Not?
Never mind that, hey, let’s change the subject. Frank, how about this; do you think you would be happy if you were able to buy ...
- How to Wake the Dogs
Here’s how to beat this here syndrome. Veils and veils of crisscrossing diaphanous vocal chords seem red and raw parts of the bargain. Stomach acid. ...
- Who Invented the Fucking Coat Pocket?
Who invented the fucking coat pocket? That was where this mess all started. If this had never been invented, he knew, he would not have ...
- SCRIPTshop is coming soon.
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