Frozen Tears I,II,III

Between 2003 and 2007 I published a number of pieces in Frozen Tears, a series of books edited by the artist John Russell.

In the first volume I published The Horrographer, a semi-autobiographical account of an artist’s descent into delirium (PDF here) and Lost Writing, a collection of journal entries written while travelling from Mexico and New York between 1996 and 1998 (PDF here).

In Frozen Tears II I published Untitled Correspondence (PDF here), a discussion between myself and my first sexual partner about sex, memory and spiritualism, and Vodou, Possession and the Revolutionary Unconscious, a transcript of a talk I gave at the School of African and Oriental Studies in London.

In Frozen Tears III I published The Phantom Muse, an experimental prose text about love, loss and the phantasmatic inspired by Giorgio Agamben’s Stanzas: Word and Phantasm in Western Culture (1992) and modelled on Dostoevsky’s Underground Man(PDF here).