How to Write Books Using Artificial Intelligence

by Anonymous Interested in reconfiguring the simulation meanwhile earning a meaningful and disposable income? Looking to establish independence from the compulsory exactitude of—*Gasp*—society? This article will explain, with commas, step by step, not only how to fish, but how to, by your very own self, teach a man to do much, if not precisely, the … [DO NOT CLICK]

An Interview with F Gardner

by Anonymous The clock on my mobile phone read 06:00 exactly; I had been expecting this for over three weeks. Here it was. The voice told me my car would be outside in one hour. I was already dressed and ready to leave. I was collected by an older model Cadillac, the type that was … [DO NOT CLICK]

An Interview with Disasterpeace

by Anonymous Do it yourself. Championed hard and fast by craftspeople the continents over as the mode—nay, lifestyle—for those who get things done. It is the last heuristic, the rule of all thumbs. It’s the stuff of civilizations. And it applies to everything of course, not just water heaters and alternators. Do it yourself recreation; … [DO NOT CLICK]

The Decline of the Free Web

As the world moves into an age where the majority of modern culture is shifted by the internet and society moves online to avoid the COVID-19 pandemic, it becomes a question as to how the internet has changed over time. To me, as a child, the internet felt like an expansive place where everything you’d … [DO NOT CLICK]

The Case of Dutch Literature

by Anonymous Preface This essay is written as an observation, diagnoses, lament and eulogy to Dutch literature by a literature enthusiast who is concerned about the (non-existing) influence that Dutch and Flemish writers have on this world. This is merely my point of view and the light that I shine on this subject will probably … [DO NOT CLICK]

The Iowa Cock-ass 2016, 2020, and Beyond

by Anonymous (7:01PM 2/5/2016 listening to Type O Negative’s “Bloody Kisses”) On the day of the 2016 Iowa Cockass, I was literally shitting blood. The day before I was driving back from Chicago after seeing Defeated Sanity. On the drive my staying awake food was half a bag of cheese curds and a bag of … [DO NOT CLICK]

Your Judgment is Worthless

by Anonymous Why do bad things happen to good people? It’s a funny thing to say when you spill your drink, but some people legitimately ask. Fallibility of the question itself aside, I say, that if bad things didn’t happen to good people, they wouldn’t be good people, just people. Let me explain. Only true … [DO NOT CLICK]

6 Thoughts

by Anonymous A pill that eliminates the need for sleep – I’m not talking about meth. I’m talking about a pill or a treatment that alters your DNA so that the need for sleep is just eliminated. You might feel a little tired, but then you can sit in a recliner and read a book … [DO NOT CLICK]


In order to be able to fully comprehend the nature of post-modernism, one must, first and foremost, understand the cultural tendencies behind its genesis. Appeal to meta, inter- and pantextualism, avid usage of (post-)irony and reminiscence, conceptualisation of space and other structural devices which Post-Modernism is notorious for, though important, still remain optional and far … [DO NOT CLICK]