Avoid reading with emotions. Ignore any feelings you feel during reading—that’s not the point of literature.
Super-cool cool guy.
All the literature that’s fit to print. Declare it dead or meaningless or obsolete every few years. Revise as necessary.
The private thoughts of an author, never intended for publication. Publish and disseminate widely after death.
A brief, optimistic mistake.
Always point out that Frankenstein is the doctor’s name, not the monster’s. Argue that Percy Shelley’s edits were intrusive.
Wears black; smokes cloves.
A form of poetry grade school children are forced to write. Count the syllables.
Linguistic aureation proliferated to adnichilate reader apperception.
A nebulous, sticky French pun.
The sad process by which the consumerist trash capitalism necessitates colonizes an aesthetic perspective via defensive irony.
The acme of excellence in poetry. Nantucket is a…
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