Writing





Some texts 




Lost in the relativist jungle, part 1  

-  Fictional trial and error essay about truth, language and love. And the narrator ends up on a remote tropical island with Richard Rorty. An ongoing serial. Sometimes absurd and wacky.

Rather unfinished :). ( A. Callenberg)


Walking through a city of words


-  On reading and ragpicker-readers.  



"Snap, crackle, hiss"
-  A few spins on Mark Fisher's thoughts on Vinyl crackle

"How could I have been the one I was?"


- E.M Cioran, identity, fragments, the task of writing biographies and so on.  


Notes on the telephone booth
- What does the telephone booth tell us today ?


After the thunderstorm
- Jodi Longshot ponders the aftermath in a poem.  


The ice resurfacer 


- A short poem by Jodi Longshot



Terseness revisited
- Rita Radcliffe writes a review of "How to vanish without a fuss, volume 1" by B.A Cottonmouth Fermer.


How to vanish without a fuss, volume 1

- Aphorist B.A Cottonmouth Fermer returns with a second collection of thought fragments, sighs, unpublished tweets and broken aphorisms. 


A Rawlsian response
- The lottery of a just society, blind spots and so on. (By A. Callenberg) 


Twin Atlas - Big Spring 

- A short text about the album Big Spring. (A. Callenberg) 
 


Fatherhood by Baby Bird
- A psycho-poetic journey through every song on the album "Fatherhood" by Stephen Jones, a k a Baby Bird. (Written by Anders Callenberg)

The naked man and other vignettes
- Fragments of thought and broken aphorisms about boredom, depression, anxiety, philosophy and life in general. Written by fictional character B.A Cottonmouth Fermer. Sort of an E.M Cioran pastiche.