Tag Archive: thoughts

Some random thoughts after Avant-Canada 2014.

“We use the term Conceptual Writing in the broadest sense, so that it intersects other terms such as: allegory, appropriation, piracy, flarf, identity theft, sampling, constraint and others. Conceptual Writing, in fact, might… Continue reading

Writerly Blog Tour

  It’s been a very busy week and a half with the Toronto International Film Festival going on, but I did get a poetry reading in. I performed a few pieces exclusively for… Continue reading

Second verse, same as the first: a long run on The Ramones

    “Now I wanna run away from home now I wanna be all alone now” I was playing with my toys in my parents’ living room when I learned that John Lennon… Continue reading

On the power of erotica and literal masturbation…

I have reviews in the queue to write and movies to finish watching, but it’s Saturday. I’m lazy and procrastinating and it’s what you do on day with nothing that’s pressing on you… Continue reading

On day 39 of hand writing James Joyce’s Ulysses

Ulysses is a gigantic book. No, really it’s huge. It’s going to take me two years to write out this monster. It takes me two times longer to write it out by hand… Continue reading

Political poetry thoughts (an absurdist ramble of sorts).

Politics. I try to stay away from politics (it pulls me down further than I already am), but it’s a part of being creative, politics infects everything you do. Sometimes my motivation to… Continue reading

Upon rewatching Upstream Color

Just some thoughts that came up after rewatching it while writing: (Here are my first impressions when I first saw it: http://jacquelinevalencia.com/2013/05/23/upstream-color-my-impression-analysis/) Shane Carruth’s Upstream Color was the story of the main female… Continue reading

Uncreative writing, the Derive and minutiae of life.

I was about to start re-watching Enterprise (I’m one of the few who actually liked the series), when I remembered my friend reminding me to mute the theme song. Now I didn’t mind… Continue reading