Tuesday, August 02, 2022


 "Unprepared young burdened with records"
– Canto CXVI

Behold a blast from the past!

Way back in 2008, a group of Maybe Logic Academy alumni endeavored to produce a print publication, spinning off from the web based Maybe Logic Quarterly, which ran for 14 issues from Winter 2004 to Spring 2008.

Presented here in digital form for the first time:

Featuring work by Toby Philpott, Prop Anon, Steve Fly, Eric Wagner, Mike Gathers, Bobby Campbell, Eva David, Borsky, Sean Rovaldi, Minja, Frater KDB, and published by Chris Veleniki.

Most of whom can still be seen collaborating on various Maybe Logical pursuits :)))

Laws of Form conference (online)

 A second Laws of Form conference will start shortly.   August 3 - 6th.  Find a registration form by scrolling down on their Home Page.

If you can't attend in Liverpool, you can participate through Zoom (when registering, opt to participate remotely).

It does not cost to attend, although they do invite contributions.

For reference, we have posted about LoF in the past, so for some context, please check out the old posts, through the attached Label:  Laws of Form

"The theme of this book is that a universe comes into being when a space is severed or cut apart"

Wednesday, October 14, 2020

New venue for the ONLY MAYBE ARTS LAB


The ONLY MAYBE ARTS LAB has found a new home in the venerable PD forum.

This was a project that started over the summer in support of the virtual Maybe Day event on 7/23/20.

The idea being to bring together some of the innumerable creative people influenced by the Discordian lives & ideas of Robert Anton Wilson, and establish a mutually beneficial art scene of sorts, and see about using RAW's legacy as the launch pad for new trajectories of thought & language :)))

The preservation of RAW's ideas, as he expressed them, seems to be on rock solid ground, with the RAW Trust and Hilaritas Press meticulously and wonderfully producing definitive editions of his books and facilitating new media adaptations. Also, with places like the RAW Illumination Blog, the RAW Semantics Blog, and 2 RAW Fan Archive sites (US & DE), it's safe to say that RAW's oeuvre is safe and secure.

And with that being that case, I kinda want to do some joy riding, because the neuro-semantic context of the sensory-sensual continuum has changed considerably in recent years, with all signs pointing towards increased acceleration, and so I think some new models, metaphors, and methods might be just the thing.

As a proof of concept, I edited a 77 page digital zine called NEW TRAJECTORIES, with contributions from 23 wonderful RAW exegetes, released on MAYBE DAY 2020.

A promising look of things to come... Maybe!

Saturday, October 10, 2020


Member of the NEW TRAJECTORIES webring