A personal zine of collected short stories started to improve my writing, skip to the postscript to understand each story in the context of my moral and professional development (jokes).
Table of Contents
2 – Early beginnings
6 – All out rebellion against my dad’s lies
7 – I don’t believe I ever had a relationship with my dad but I miss the one that could have been
9 – The Stalin Effect – Andrei Codrescu
11. Pathological Anarchist
15 – I Love Struggling Artist films
18 – Desiring a permanent state of change
19 – Lifestyle Anarchists
22 – A feminist-ally is unable to understand he’s being abused by a member of the oppressed.
23 – You couldn’t understand why I didn’t talk around any of your friends in Cambridge
24 – Stupid!
25 – Accepting polyamory as an escape strategy
29 – The film Thumbsucker sends shivers up my spine
30 – Role Playing Dominance fantasies badly
33 – A fresh start, but do dreams ever live up to reality?
35 – I’m a better anarchist than you…
39 – The Personal is Political – Reflections on Mike Mills film Beginners
42 – The Spaniard
46 – Postscript
48 – Honesty when writing
49 – Resources
I’m also releasing the zine in 3 separate bite size chunks with extra writing and rejigging. The new additional essays are in the same style as the old, stream of consciousness, only a little heavier with labels, as I was writing more to tie up loose ends I saw in my own ideas:
- Early beginnings,
- Pathological Anarchist,
- I Love Struggling Artist films,
- Desiring a permanent state of change,
- Lifestyle Anarchists,
- The Spaniard
- Subversive cis-male heterosexual or queer demi-boy?***
- Sexualised power difference in gender or simply the Oedipus complex,***
- My own gender conception,
- I’m a better anarchist than you…
- All out rebellion against my dad’s lies,
- The Stalin Effect – Andrei Codrescu,
- A feminist-ally is unable to understand he’s being abused by a member of the oppressed,
- Role Playing Dominance fantasies badly,
- The Personal is Political – Reflections on Mike Mills film Beginners,
- A fresh start, but do dreams ever live up to reality?
- Honesty when writing***