Mylar Sirens

  PART I She is fast asleep in a nest of black feathers – Raven, black creator of worlds, is still soaring over the highway, when a seagull wakes her. A pitiless sun shines its pitiless light upon the hotel windows reflecting a blank and glaring gaze towards the sea. The sky – a whirl of … More Mylar Sirens

Open Letter to Mammon

A muddy touché! Ye villains of Hong Kong and Dubai, fork-tongued evangelists of foreign currency! We applaud the handing over of our stolen goods – May we offer you a free-of-charge gondola ride over the holy land a bird’s-eye view of your assets your wives and daughters, your mothers your pimps, your priests and pederasts your arms traders … More Open Letter to Mammon

Half Savage and Free

They’d sought no probable explanation no disambiguation of class, (order, family, genus) for the idiot in the courtyard filing his nails with flint, painting the stone walls with his own excrement. A few had teased her for a nose, an eye, a grimace perceived in the child. But for a red-faced cousin – rapacious youth … More Half Savage and Free

A Fauna of Mirrors

In ancient China some believed that behind all mirrors other worlds existed inhabited by strange fauna each unique to its proper mirror all unknown and strange to even those men and women who once knew the ways of the Pig-footed bandicoots the Honshū wolves the Dusky Seaside sparrows the Golden Toads, or the rhinoceroses – the … More A Fauna of Mirrors