Papyrocentric Performativity Presents:
• Pocket to Laroussia – Larousse de Poche (Librarie Larousse 1954)
• Translated to Heaven – Les Hommes Volants, Valerie Moolman, trans. Madeleine Astorkia (Time-Life Books 1981)
• The Eyes of the Infinite Mind – Ficciones, Jorge Luis Borges
• Caught by the Furze – Francis Walker’s Aphids, John P. Doncaster (British Museum 1961)
• Commit to Crunch – Maverick Munch: Selecting a Sinisterly Savory Snack to Reinforce Your Rhizomatically Radical Reading, Will Self (TransVisceral Books 2016)
Or Read a Review at Random: RaRaR
Tangential to Borges/languages…remember when you wrote this?
You might already know of this, but there’s a disturbing eyelike character called the Multiocular O. It reminds me of a cluster of spider eyes, or a person suffering from pupula duplex. When the story was written the character existed only in a few medieval manuscripts, but as of 2013 it exists on any computer with Unicode support. Pandora’s box is open.