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Story of the Eye

What to do when you’ve been rewriting the same three hundred words over and over for five days? Why, skive off and read roleplaying supplements, of course. 169 more words

ON THE AFTERLIFE OF CZECH SURREALISM: Vítězlav Nezval's 'The Absolute Gravedigger' translated by Stephan Delbos and Tereza Novická

Vítězlav Nezval The Absolute Gravedigger. Translated from the Czech by Stephan Delbos and Tereza Novická (Prague: Twisted Spoon Press, 2016)

by Anna Förster

In 1938, at a time that can be called both the peak and the end of Surrealism in Czechoslovakia, the influential Czech critic Václav Černý published an article amounting to no less than a harangue. 3,312 more words


Christmas dreams

Yo yo yo

Or ho ho ho

Christmas ringing on the phone

I picked up and then forgot

Had a meltdown at 1 oclock

Jumped 5 floors down and now I’m late… 92 more words

The holy mountain

Another momentous surrealist work which I’ve definitely been putting off for the simple reason that I can’t possibly sum it up. It is of course Alejandro Jodorowsky’s 1973 cult classic,  1,378 more words



I finish smoking my cigarette and go back inside, the place seems extremely quiet and dark this night, unusually so. I decide to go to the bathroom and splash some cold water on my face. 284 more words

Self Thoughts

The Tiverton Poets Vs Surrealism

On Tuesday The Tiverton Poetry Society met in the CreaTiv hub in Tiverton to discuss the fascinating subject of surrealism.

What is Surrealism?

“Three men riding on a bicycle which has only one wheel, I guess that’s surrealism.”(Dong Kingman) 199 more words