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Dashanka Junction By Zali Krishna
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Soma Jones is waiting for a bus. Countless iterations ago he was shot with an ascii-iser by a mysterious woman called Wilhelmina Carrow. And it's the end of the world. Again. Reduced to his... More > component phonemes, Soma Jones undergoes an aeon long journey back to critical reevaluation through utopias and lost backwaters. Places that are not places locked into a gridlock terminal gravity around Dashanka Junction. Civilisations come and go. Identities rise and fall. Nested within each other like matryoshka dolls. Fractally recursive and each claiming to be the centre of the universe. Which layer of the onion is this? How deeply parenthesised is the world?< Less
Sine Cygnet & Signifier By Zali Krishna
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Vera Singh is a phenomenal sax-slinger with more high-end footwear than Imelda Marcos. Her flatmate Manda is a trapped career writer, churning out volume after volume of the exploits of Dumara of... More > Terra. Their odyssey from the coastal town of St Eia, in an imaginary ruritanian state called England, carries them together and apart through the granular micro-balkanised nations of The Continent, and out into places barely-sketched and implausible. And Soma Jones? Where does he come into this? And where is the library van than he stole from Penwith County Council? Can any of the answers be discovered in the unravelled VHS tapes of Sir Rey Queller, Reluctant Bodhissatva? We must ask ourselves how can we distinguish between the sine, the cygnet and the signifier. Perhaps we will find the answers to this riddle amongst the greenhouses and Portakabins of Glassgarden.< Less
The Narthex By Zali Krishna
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Sequel to Dashanka Junction Rayne Keller is back from outer space. To understand why she is hurtling back across the cold parsecs, ascii-ised and dancing upon the head of a pin, and what is the... More > meaning of any of the ballet of symbolic violence that occurs in the fabled arcology of Embelyon, we must look back to events that took place on a rooftop in Caesarea Philippi many centuries before. And to understand why several veterans of the Helicopteur Police found their way to that same rooftop, we must interrogate the smashed head of Imperator X, that is rumoured to be found beneath the Costcutter at Elysian Quadrant. All of this aside: what does all of this have to do with the wayfarer Soma Jones, and the former psychogeographer Maurice Donne? Is it related to the relationship between the singularity up-time at Les Pyramides and the deep-nested realities of The Empire of Parentheses? Who is writing who? Some clews are provided within.< Less

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