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Thursday, January 20, 2011

the true pain of being blocked.

I finally understand being blocked - as a lifer artist I arrive yet again at the intersection of Art and Death, and can't be bothered really to want to travel either route.

Making my albums and books available to interested parties for free is and continues to be Establishment policy. E-mail puritycontrol@shaw.ca

Short list of recommended works:

ELECTRONIC MUSIC
immortality - full-length album, 2001 "postindustrial electronic ethical"
challenger - full-length album, 2002-3 "a record of love"
growth - EP, 2010 "i've been many different people"

POETRY
viktoria - book, 2008 "floating magic still works for behold"
The Island of No Adults - book, 2010 "stooks sheaved to light the way"
Book of Life - book, 2010 "Dead King Fox done dug himself back up again"

I may stop tweeting for awhile. I would encourage my beloved and trusted christasthostoraoraret admins to avail themselves of the site for anything they would like to share. founding writer needs a rest from the news cycle measured in picoseconds. storm of ephemeral life tidbits swamps and depresses me.

"... all my trials, Lord, will be remembered...?
everything has changed!!"
-- David Bowie

"My new world demands less obvious heroism."
-- Adrian Veidt

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