The Immeasurable

8 thoughts on “ The Immeasurable

  1. Gogrel says:
    “Christopher Slatsky’s second collection, The Immeasurable Corpse of Nature, is a marvel of horror and weird fiction. The stories in its pages speak equally to loss and existential horror as they do the far-flung mysteries of the universe and the terrifying wonder those mysteries can awaken.
  2. Goltizragore says:
    The Immeasurable is dedicated to finding answers to the essential questions of our existence; who we 5/5(64).
  3. Kakinos says:
    Jul 05,  · Immeasurable definition: If you describe something as immeasurable, you are emphasizing how great it is. | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
  4. Shakagal says:
    Equanimity (Tib. བཏང་སྙོམས་, tangnyom), which is the wish that beings may be free from the attitude of attachment to some and aversion to others.
  5. Zuzshura says:
    The Immeasurable is dedicated to exploring the essential questions of our existence; who we are and where we are going. The intent is to inspire readers to question assumptions of the mind, offering opportunities to ask deep questions into common life themes which are superficially accepted.
  6. Aralar says:
    Jun 05,  · The Immeasurable World invites the restless among us to join in the journey through the deserts of mode She leaves, and his thoughts drift to the desert. His literary instincts lure him to the books, propel him to the studies, set for him a feast of symbolic attractions/5.
  7. Meztirg says:
    Jan 28,  · "Displaying a remarkable variety of formal innovation, the pieces collected in The Immeasurable Corpse of Nature slice through the conventions of daily existence to the profound and terrifying absence undergirding it. In the best tradition of Ligotti and [Nicole] Cushing, Slatsky's work wrestles with the void, to produce an art uniquely his."5/5(7).

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