[...]to be real--to become fluent, natural, to cut out the detour that sweeps us around what's fundamental to events, preventing us from touching their core: the detour that makes us all second-hand and second-rate.
Everything becomes buffering, and buffering becomes everything.
Everything, as Peyman said, may be a fiction – but the Future is the biggest shaggy-dog story of all.
If people were to tell other people everything about themselves, we’d live in a dull world.
It’s very fluid, this space between philosophy and literature, and that’s something that resonates for me.
It’s about the possibility, or otherwise, of meaning in the world. And the possibility, or otherwise, of writing. And the possibility, or otherwise, of the resolution of everything into some coherent, cogent vision.