How To Write a Surrealist Novel

Updated: February 5, 2016 11:15:43 AM

By John Schoneboom


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I'm a writer with an interest in all aspects of how we construct, filter, protect, and subject ourselves to reality. My first novel Fontoon was published...

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John Schoneboom
February 20, 2016 06:47:16 AM
Psychoanalysts are of course already organizing in an effort to ban my surrealist writing method, transparently out of fear that in its capacity to plumb the depths of the unconscious and reveal themes it will put them out of business (and we might speculate as amateurs also because of childhood traumas and over-attachments to their mothers and some sort of retentiveness associated with the lower sphinctum). Therefore I can only encourage you, Jonathan, and everyone else to put the theory into practice as frequently as possible if only to ward off unseemly professional corruption. Let me put the call out right now, a call for surrealist writings, and if I get two of them I'll start a whole new section of the website for their display.

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