Archive for the ‘Literature’ Category
The ultimate goal, it seems, would have been to reveal what he had found and use the information to free the rest of us from our illusion of freedom when (as he saw it) we are ultimately controlled at the most basic level by artificial constraints put on our thoughts by those who wish us to remain mentally enslaved to the idea that we have no control over our own destiny.
My friends Arabella Proffer and Renee Zepeda are starting an experimental magazine this summer. It’s called The Pulchritudinous Review and will feature choice groundbreaking literature and art from around the world. Submit 1-2 pages of prose, poetry, prosody, or art. They’re open to your imagination’s reach so don’t be shy.
Deadline is August 15.