kyle hayden

Camus said rebellion is an essential part of being human, and kyle's rebellion is against a culture of ceaseless noise — and an embrace of silence and solitude as a means of maintaining integrity. kyle worked in a factory, then on a farm. now he's an editor living in Lawrence, Kansas — although he is originally from Sidney, Ohio. his work isn't meant as a novelty or insulting nonsense that wastes a reader's time, but a document of the associations he makes when contemplating memory; the thinking just behind the edge of experience, of the ongoing process of adaptation, recuperation and reaction to the loneliness, isolation and absurdity which have always been features of human life.


efficiency = death
29 May 2019
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god hates your economic machine, your war machine, and your actual machines
22 May 2019
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