A Philosopher Searches for Shrooms
by Coby Forrester
Unbelievably meaningful. Irritatingly brilliant. A voiceless mouth stuffed with bitter sweet morels. Little spores of truth are pushed by each breathless word. The thought is sometimes edible, sometimes fruity, and often poisonous. This ground breaking postmodern text reads like mycelium. His brain branches out, shrivels, and the decaying wood begins to serve as the dung for new insight.