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After a long interregnum I’ve begun posting on Twitter again. If you’d like to keep abreast of my provocative activities in that other zone of virtual reality, you need only follow me. But remember: I haven’t the faintest idea where I‘m going—so if you do follow me, it will be an instance of the blind leading the blind.
See (?) you there,
- My Main Account – where you will find photographs from my travels, snippets from my current literary projects, and various unclassifiable items of intellectual curiosity and literary value
- Unseen Aphorisms – where you will find my translations of the thoughts and reflections of aphorists little known in the English-speaking world, among whom now number Louis Scutenaire, Malcolm de Chazal, E.M. Cioran, Nicolás Gómez Dávila, Antoine de Rivarol, Joseph Joubert, Arthur Schnitzler, and Charles Baudelaire (eventually I will begin posting these translations here on this website as well, but for the moment they are only available on Twitter)