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Death in Suburbia

Sometime past lunch,
when the housework is done,
a translucent lady
sheds her husk. In her mirror,
if she turns just so, the tricksy sun… 37 more words


May 12, 2016

Yesterday I ate instant cream of chicken soup with powdered milk added for extra protein and was so happy with it and even happier that my stomach tolerated it very well. 398 more words


Get ready to be Unhinged. The second book of the Splintered series brings you mystery, adventure and love. Alyssa has been back from Wonderland and has moved on from that part of her to discover what her life as a normal human could bring but discovers that Wonderland may not be ready to leave her. 191 more words


JCE book review symposium: The Provoked Economy

Ya está disponible online en el Journal of Cultural Economy el debate sobre el último libro de Fabian Muniesa The Provoked Economy. Economic reality and the performative turn. 48 more words

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Harajuku: A sorta fairytale

“We’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad.”
“How do you know I’m mad?” asked Alice.
“You must be,” said the cat.
“or you wouldn’t have come.” 171 more words


There appears to have been a struggle...

The first time I saw this I laughed uproariously. I snort when I chortle by the way. It’s just one of those sexy little traits I have that reminds me I’m not too different to a little pig. 937 more words


The modern rabbit hole, unlike the original, isn’t a means to an end. It’s an end in itself—an end without end, inviting us ever onward, urging us to keep becoming, as Alice would say, curiouser and curiouser.

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