On J.G. Ballard’s Crash

A very human book, death obsessed and horny about the possibility that a person’s death could possibly mean something to eternity (as if you were creating a hero when blowing out a candle; as if there exists more than one Fire.) Every new technology brings us closer to sexual overload as it eradicates members of the population, causing us to breed. We see our own minds turned inside out and manifested on this planet and we want to fuck it (the planet and the manifestation.)

Hail the books that are not easy to read in public, those that cause you to laugh cum into your pants out of disgust.

One thought on “On J.G. Ballard’s Crash

  1. So many stained work pants causing librarians to catalog me in various impersonal and very personal ways. If you want a surreal moment they may make you wish Philip K Dick would kill you, try reading Alissa Nutting’s Tampa on an airplane next to a 12-year old boy with your same name that won’t stop playing with the crotch of his jeans.

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