New Year's Revolutions
VIOLENT EXPRESSION VS THE PLUTOCRACY IV
Here's my latest VE piece that outlines the what's and why's behind us living (surviving) in a Post-Covid/ Post-Capitalism world. Join the revolution.
THE LOST AND FOUND
'The Lost and Found: A Contemporary Travelling Thriller of Good, Bad and Bohemian All Pursuing Their Passions - However Pure or Perverse.'
My first novel (I wrote the first draft in Byron Bay four years ago during my global travels), The Lost and Found, is finally out in the wide world that inspired it.
It's written for all of us working-class travellers so disenfranchised by the lack of franchises representing our modern minds.
ARTBEAT: THE EKPHRASTIC SPASTIC
A Poetic Cavalcade
My first poetry collection is now available on Amazon in paperback and eBook. If you want a cerebral poetic adventure into the styles and substances that informed me as a writer, fighter and psyche igniter, then please read and enjoy the origins of my spirit in black and white words.
He realised he needed an author website.
I NOW LIVE INSIDE THE INTERNET'S ORIFICES
Oh, Hi Mark
This is my website. There are many like it but this one is mine.
Without me, my website is useless. Without my website, I am useless - or so I'm told because I'm not on social media.
It goes like this: 'Darling, you must have an online presence because all your favourite writers are dead, and they're dead because they lived before the internet. I know it goes against many of your natural instincts - to sell yourself in such sycophantic structures. But it will help much more than your dreary bouts of depression stemming from your obscenely passionate pursuit of your natural borne instincts -- to summon the spirit of all things in black, white (and sometimes pink) words.
Now, darling, go learn how to be a Digital Delores and host a place that you can share your imminent Artbeat: The Ekphrastic Spastic - A Poetic Cavalcade by Aaron Farrell (DONE! LOOK ABOVE). Oh, and of course that working-class-traveller-ode-cum-contemporary-thriller novel you wrote the first draft of in Byron Bay Library over three years ago, The Lost and Found. Tell them who wrote their newly favourite, violently expressed words. Of course, they're...'
By Aaron Farrell
“unless being still would
drive you to madness or
suicide or murder,
don't do it.”