A Brautigan Blog on the IndraNet:
(Overcoming self-censorship. Raison de Bloger Part 1).
In his novel, The Abortion: An Historical Romance(1966), Richard Brautigan (1935-1984) imagined a library where anyone could submit their manuscripts as long as they were unpublished. The library welcomed the “unwanted, lyrical and haunted volumes of American writing.” The books were then kept for posterity, shelved between large jars of Mayonnaise. It was a wonderfully democratic notion, in which one could…Read more