March 1, 2007 | Fiction
That day, when the nurses hugged her and welcomed her to the hospice, it all came together. Silke belonged here. She excelled in dying.
She sat up in bed all day, her fingers folded on her
February 1, 2007 | Fiction
1. When I was sixteen I wrote a poem that started: As the years press down, I will remember you.
2. I have no idea who I was talking about when I wrote that.
3. Which means, I guess, that I
Letter to the Man Who Understands that Mental Illness is a Desirable Thing in Our American Presidents
Dr. Nathaniel Underwood
Academy of Nineteenth Century Disease and Deviance (ANCDD)
131 Riverside Drive, Apt. 1B
New York, NY 10021
August 20, 2006
David Ohle, author of the epic science fiction dystopia Motorman, will release a posthumous memoir of William S. Burroughs, Jr. through Soft Skull Press in September. Like his original