Perils of Free Thought (a book of no small danger)
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"Perils of Free Thought" is a metaphysical joke book filled with aphorisms, jokes, anti-jokes, philosophy, and bears.
Jokes are compact lies. But they are splendid, beautiful lies. Short stories are simple lies, and you can tell them in one sitting. Novels are long form lies. Complicated. Got to hold that lie together. Reality is just a bunch of lies in real time.

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Kindle Edition, 55 pages
Published May 5th 2012 by Vision? Nary! (first published May 3rd 2012)
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Edited the journal Vision? Nary!, of which MAXIMUMROCK'N'ROLL said:
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