A Mad Intercision

“Surrealism to me is reality.”  John Lennon “A Mad Intercision” Pulled back by the wind, fog lights jumped over Knocking pressure below the air plane, She went off the road ‘cause her mind Let-out-line for a memory, a mad  Intercision, and I remember I Was the one next to her as the Hospital bed ran […]

The Deconstruction of Horror

On the eve of All Hallow’s Eve, Oct. 30, 1938, Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS), broadcasted, by radio, a taste of H. G. Wells, The War of the Worlds.  This taste of terror, dramatized by Orson Welles, involved the planet Mars and its deadly invasion on the state of New York.  A million listeners tuned in […]