Hey world! I’ve been busy reading. Reading for school (cognitive), reading for fun (new literary journal -a public space- & a book of poetry), reading for school (directed studies/honours proposal), reading for writing (icelandic & norwegian sagas), listening to icelandic music (on repeat) and finally: co-founding, editing, designing and helping to put together a literary hand made magazine called OK Magpie. Phew #couldidoanymore #lovingit #theloveofknowledge #makingdreamshappen #icanfeeltestardustoffthosedyingcentersoflightinoursky #roomieshavebeenwonderfullysupportive #unilife #ubc #ubco #okanagan #okmagpie
"I started writing and the result was something unreadable."
Mirtha Dermisache (1940-2012) from Argentina, practiced asemic writing since the early 1970s. It is a wordless open semantic form of writing. The word asemic means having no specific semantic content. Asemic writing seeks to make the reader hover in a state between reading and looking.