by Kelvin Smith
Exegesis, structured discourse, is not the most helpful or enjoyable order of the day. There is just too much that’s serious to absorb in available brain cells. Fragments, impurities, comforts and small shocks can provide a more satisfying dotted outline that can fill with colour, controversy and contempt.
Small isn’t always beautiful, but a pea brain, pea shooter, pea green sea can aspire to fire the imagination better than a billion dollar budget and a designer tattoo.
Publishing needs to be peculiar, needs to be at best semi-structured, needs to forget about proving itself. Stop worrying if there is a point at all.