Live Reading: HOUSEWOMB: On THE DEAD COME HOME from “Notes for the Wounded Rooms”

It’s an oddly cloudy day. I decided to lock myself in an upstairs bedroom and do an impromptu live reading of an essay from “Notes for the Wounded Rooms.” I chose an essay based on Jim Riffel’s classic THE DEAD COME HOME (aka DEAD DUDES IN THE HOUSE, THE HOUSE ON TOMBSTONE HILL). It felt quite apt given our confined situation. And it felt good. I used the laptop’s internal webcam, but it does the job. I hope you enjoy the reading. I may do more. I may not. I’ve been working with noise music recently, re-reading Cioran, spending time w/ Evola, and playing copious amounts of Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. Keep yourself safe. Please take proper precautions when going outside. Enjoy the video. Thank you.

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