"Mind Crash sets out to explore the deepest recesses of the human psyche through the utilization of several, quite often brutal, language exploration techniques.
The results, a seemingly random collection of metaphysical short stories, cut-ups, koans, poems and automatic writing, are often as unsettling as they are darkly humorous.
Whilst employing these frequently painful mental gymnastic routines, the author unwittingly unleashes, and subsequently exorcises, a number of allegorical demons.
Do not forget to bolt your windows whilst reading it!
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Mind Crash originally started life as a series of sporadic newsletters, available through subscription only, to a selective band of cultural mischief-makers dotted around the USA, Europe and Japan.
These long-since out of print works, together with previously unpublished pieces, have now been composed into a single volume for the very first time."
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Published March 18, 2005
Religion & Spirituality, Law & Philosophy.