I'm about halfway through Alexander Galloway's work on curious French thinker Francois Laruelle. A suite of ideas come to me.
The work outlines Gilles Deleuze's Cinema 1 and 2 amid the pages. I'm familiarising to notions such as movement-image, time-image, the unfleshed-out theory of the space-image;and the superfold. As well to Laruelle's notions of apriorization, the analog and the One-in-One. Galloway also brings his own interpretive prowess in according notions of parallelism, paralleity, pan-chronology, the impossibility of co-spatial objects and shedding light on Laruellian concepts of the clone and superpositioning.
Suffice to say to those not philosophically inclined the above might sound like the LSD talking.
This is why I've turned my intentions to writing a speculative novel. It's like a translation of such discourse into a literature. And it won't be Sci-Fi.
Along with commencing a speculative fiction manuscript I've also made a start on a compendium of short stories.
I trust I'll still be writing poetry - all poems after futurefute will be in the new poetry manuscript. Then editing my recently completed manuscript "Hermetic Drift." Very slowly.
I'm also waiting for the outcome of the Noel Rowe first poetry book prize through Vagabond Press. The manuscript I submitted is called "The Promise of Constants"
I should get out more often. Talk to women at bars, me with amorous stillness. All in the name of becoming used to rejection like a duck's back in downpour. It's in getting published where my personal hopes lie. Hope, hmph!!