|All serious writers take upon their shoulders the giants of
the past; for, unlike the sciences which build knowledge on past
discoveries, Art and Literature are subtractive. Each work removes
another potential or possibility, and all that is left to modern
writers is to recast what has been written long before.
As an unserious writer, I
present the following ephemera.
I wrote these for me. Like or dislike them as
Merry Heresies and Bits of Blasphemy.
I have twice been published. Here's what I did.
Dialogue with an earnest Christian who has some odd
theories about his Sky Fairy.
On why humans are not coverable by extended
Reason considered as a
precious stone engulfed by the dross of "deeply felt beliefs."