Monthly Archives: May 2015

LFMK – Looking for My Killer!

LFMK – Looking for My Killer!.

LFMK -Looking for My Killer!

Sounds absolutely delicious! –decadent! –can’t wait to dig in! –dibs on seconds!

Thylias Moss Writing

Happy to report that I’ve made , in my mind, significant progress on a collection of “prose poams”: LFMK (“Looking for My Killer”) a project begun some years ago, that lapsed; I never completed it, but recently, just a couple of days, completed an initial draft.   Will spend the next few days trying to make a more definitive version – project inspired by a request from a friend, Daniel Vidal Soto, to contribute to a project: “Pangea Underground Worldwide“, and for that project, I located my video poam: LFMK (“Looking for my Killer”) –which  led to my rediscovery of the associated prose poams which I began revising… And now: Looking for my Killer is a manuscript in progress!  

Some of the prose poams the manuscript contains have been previously published! 

Very excited about this process! –and another thank you; huge thank you to:

Daniel Vidal Soto

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Aura – Carlos Fuentes

One of my favorite books for any meal! –working on finishing meal of “LFMK” [see this video poam on Youtube -“looking for my killer”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aqQWGsWftBg%5D –and eat it all!

Pseudo-Intellectual Reviews

Carlos Fuentes (1928-2012), the famous Mexican writer, died a couple of days ago. Hearing this I immediately decided it was time for me to investigate his oeuvre. I selected his 1962 novella Aura, translated by Lysander Kemp; having previously read his short story ‘The Doll Queen’ in an anthology, I now believe he had not only great talent as a writer, but also (rather more surprisingly) a stylish way with horror fiction.

As a word of advice, my own experience of reading the book is that it demands the reader to be at ease. I was midway through the second chapter when I realised I wasn’t enjoying the story because I was reading it much too fast. I put it aside, returning later to start at the beginning and give it my undivided attention. Aura is short, so make it last. Take your time and savour it.

The cast consists of four characters:…

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Angkor Wat, Cambodia – Ta Prohm trees