January 30, 2013

Blur : [X] Leisure.

Posted by dean at 12:08 AM

January 27, 2013

Enthrone Liveliness, Page 19.

Louis Lamarre had neither job nor home, but he did possess a few coins. At a grocery in Saint-Denis, he bought a liter of kerosene and drank it.

Posted by dean at 01:22 AM

January 25, 2013

MZD, Page 160.

Until the end of it all, and whatever comes after.

Posted by dean at 03:34 AM

January 20, 2013

Enthrone Liveliness, Page 17.

In Clichy, an elegant young man threw himself under a coach with rubber wheels, then, unscathed under a truck, which pulverized him.

Posted by dean at 02:10 AM

January 16, 2013

Enthrone Liveliness, Page 3.

Nurse Elise Bachmann, whose day off was yesterday, put on a public display of insanity.

Posted by dean at 01:20 AM

January 12, 2013

Lemon Sis Egos.

'During this dream, a news story came on the televisions at the terminal concerning how something Dean Carlson had written about yummy Welsh classical singer Katherine Jenkins unleashed a chain of consequences that resulted in her being completely banned from the U.K. media. The news piece showed a British tabloid front page with Dean's picture plastered on it, and its giant headline screamed "THE MAN WHO COCK-BLOCKED A NATION."'

Posted by dean at 01:15 AM

January 09, 2013

Anti Re-Roam, Page 26.

I do wonder, when [Andreas] Huyssen asks rhetorically 'Why are we building museums as if there were no tomorrow?', if the answer is that we can no longer imagine tomorrow.

Posted by dean at 01:55 AM

January 06, 2013

Anti Re-Roam, Page 11.

Theodor Adorno was the first to point out the similarity of the words 'museum' and 'mausoleum'.

Posted by dean at 02:00 AM

January 05, 2013

Tarn, Page 263.

All down this side of the tracks, the smoke blows wedding streamers and junk. A white lace veil soggy with blood. A red rosebud boutonniere.

Posted by dean at 12:52 AM