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“…each and every day there are things, vast and complicated things, which we miss.” — Steve Rasnic Tem (from OUTSIDE)

The seat where I wrote some of ‘Nemonymous Night’ in the Noughties…

DES LEWIS GESTALT REAL-TIME REVIEWS: I’m gettin great hawlin here.

B68B02A4-4C92-4693-AF14-775C7BA10AEFFrom NEMONYMOUS NIGHT (2011 – Chômu Press) by DF Lewis:
“Mike was a hawler, although he would have spelt it differently had he known the word at all. At this stage, it was unclear what a hawler was—or what a hawler did. But Mike knew he was one and probably knew what one was and what one did, even if he didn’t know the name itself. Not a transporter of heavy goods along the roads, as that was a haulier. In the old days, a hauler (sic) was involved in moving coal from the coalface, coal that had already been worked by others: a lifetime of chip chip chip, only for the hauler to haul it off. An art in itself and one fraught with many logistical problems. Today, however, there were no coal-mines and therefore haulers had died out—or needed to diversify. Some claimed that butchering was now within…

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