Wednesday, April 05, 2006
Nihilisticism—adherents are often seen in cars, headed to destinations they look like they don't want to reach, cradling aluminum hot beverage cups, swearing at others and listening to mindless banter on commercial radio.
Amorphocism—general free-floating life malaise, characterized by prolonged bouts of self-doubt and inertia.
Microcosia—an inability to think outside of the box.
Megalomaniacism—often called “Ahab’s Syndrome,” a consuming affliction that leads to misguided, unrealistic, never-ending quests for self-aggrandizement, caused by an inflated sense of one's position in the world. Symptoms are exacerbated by severe swelling of the ego and frontal lobe. Research to date has not identified a cure.
Procrastinacea—creating lists of made-up words. Also incurable.
Cynicism is another word for reality
Email me, you derelict wastrel
Namaste Pop Tart
Lisa Bueller's EXCELLENT Day Off
An Eight Year Old's Worldview
The 1970's Diasporic Film Festival
Eternal Face of the Sunshine Smile
Of Yoga and Inner Demons
The Willful Suspension of the Diaspora
Welcome to My Nervous Breakdown...Pull Up a Chair....
Get the Hook!
Crystal Meme: THE RELAPSE
Paycock Press "Enhanced Gravity: More Fiction by Washington Area Women"(JUNE 2006!!!!)
Chattahoochee Review Winter 2002
Main Street Rag, Volume 7, Number 4, Winter 2003
Pangolin Papers Spring 2001
Gorgeous Cape Cod Paintings
The New Yorker
Reader of Depressing Books
Sexy Brussels Lady
The Washington Post
I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Wino
The Wit Memo