Tag Archives: Black Spring

Cloud Mind Shadow

“I believe that only a dreamer who has fear neither of life nor death will discover this infinitesimal iota of force which will hurtle the cosmos into whack – instantaneously.” What do you do when you have no fear of … Continue reading

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First Encounters: Miller, Dostoevsky, Deleuze and Guattari

“Such a day it may be when first you encounter Dostoevsky. You remember the smell of the tablecloth on which the book rests; you look at the clock and it is only five minutes from eternity; you count the objects … Continue reading

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Henry Miller Goes Into the Nightlife

(Page numbers refer to the edition of Henry Miller’s Black Spring published by Alma Classics in 2012) There’s a chapter in Henry Miller’s Black Spring called “Into the Nightlife. . .” It’s about “this mad thing called sleep”, and describes … Continue reading

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Henry Miller’s Certitude in Black Spring

(Page numbers refer to the edition of Henry Miller’s Black Spring published by Alma Classics in 2012) In the chapter of Black Spring called “The Angel is my Watermark”, we get to watch Henry Miller as he creates a work … Continue reading

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