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“ These cities grew in approximately the same places as our cities do now, however different the shape of the continents was. There was even a New York that in some way resembled the New York familiar to all of you, but was much newer, or, rather, more awash with new products, new toothbrushes, a New York with its own Manhattan that stretched out dense with skyscrapers gleaming like the nylon bristles of a brand-new toothbrush. ”
“ I walked into my own book, seeking peace. It was night, and I made a careless movement inside the dream; I turned too brusquely the corner and I bruised myself against my madness. ”
Hello everyone! In this group, we get to read books that are strange, surreal and creative at th…more
[close] Hello everyone! In this group, we get to read books that are strange, surreal and creative at the same time that many people may not be familiar with. It can be on the history of surrealism or just surreal works as a whole!
40 members, last active 8 years ago
This book club is dedicated to people who enjoy surreal and post-modern fiction and would like t…more
[close] This book club is dedicated to people who enjoy surreal and post-modern fiction and would like to explore and read a new title monthly or bi-monthly. When membership gets in the 10-15 range we will start officially choosing/voting on books. Until then, I am going to choose a title and talk to myself. So spare me the trip to Brylin and join.
143 members, last active 9 years ago
For lovers of the borderlands of genre, where capital L literature meets fantasy, science fictio…more
[close] For lovers of the borderlands of genre, where capital L literature meets fantasy, science fiction, horror, etc., for readers interested in beautiful, artful writing and thought provoking themes as much as exciting plots, uncanny beings and weird worlds. To paraphrase Rod Serling... There is a fifth dimension beyond that which is known to humankind. It is a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity. It is the middle ground between light and shadow, between science and superstition, and it lies between the pit of our fears and the summit of our knowledge. This is the dimension of imagination. It is an area which we call The Gloaming Realm.
5 members, last active 4 years ago
[close] Hi! Here's my blog "Fact and fiction on earth", this is the lastest post: https://factandfictiononearth.wordpress.com/2015/03/24/ponerology-all-you-need-to-know-about-ponerology/ In the blog there are 2 categories: - Fact: I talk about science issues - Fiction: I talk about dreams, stories, art, hiperdimensional issues... I really love thinking, creativity , imagination and researching. I love consciousness , consciousness , mind and the universe. I hope you like it Follow me, I follow back instantly!! Best wishes ;)
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