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Dogbabies by Byron Alexander Campbell

Posted 11 March 2011 | By | Categories: Byron Alexander Campbell, Media, Reality™ Products, Stories by People Michael™ Knows, Text | No Comments

What follows is a strange text by Byron Alexander Campbell. The formatting requires the text to be a .png, rather than pasted directly into the site. Enjoy! page 1 page 2

An exchange between the Reality Institute and D[]An Ti’enne of the Turge Freakz

Posted 03 March 2011 | By | Categories: Media, Reality™ Products, Text, the Turge Freakz, Watt Wilby Wilby | No Comments

from: D[]An Ti’enne <D[]AnTi’enne@turgfreakz.4’33> to: The Reality™ Institute <therealityinstitute@gmail.com> date: Sat, Dec 18, 2010 at 12:38 AM subject: A message for The Reality™ Institute Greetings fellow travelers of this cosmic universe, My name is D[]An Ti’enne and I am a representative of The Turge Freakz, the ecstatic provocateurs of a think-tank on the 4’33 dimension […]

Now That’s Good Copy by Seth Blake

Posted 19 December 2010 | By | Categories: Media, Reality™ Products, Seth Blake, Text, Watt Wilby Wilby | 1 Comment

Probably, you don’t need me to tell you this but people are trying to sell you things. Take this morning, for example. As usual, I awoke to find myself at the kitchen table cradling a pot of coffee to my bosom, a burning sensation in my nose, throat and bosom. On the plate in front […]

Light Ponderings at 5AM by Marty McCahill

Posted 19 December 2010 | By | Categories: Marty McCahill, Media, Reality™ Products, Stories by People Michael™ Knows, Text | No Comments

It’s a Sunday night and I can’t sleep.  I stay in my basement with a minimal amount of lights on.  I change some bulbs on desk lamps that I have strewn all over my basement to different colored lights.  I make it so each room of the basement has a different color.  Where my guitars […]

Personal Statements for an MFA in Creative Writing by Michael Molitch-Hou

Posted 12 December 2009 | By | Categories: Blog, Reality™ Products, Text | 1 Comment

So, here are some essays I wrote when trying to write my personal statement for grad schools. I’m trying to get a Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing. So, feel free to read these if you like. They’re kind of entertaining maybe. That’s why they’re not stories, this is classified as a blog on […]

Nothing by mike!

Posted 12 December 2009 | By | Categories: Media, Real™ Poems by mike! | No Comments

there is no such thing as nothing there is no thing that is not if there was a thing to be not a thing there would be not a thing to be not

Blog #18: The Blog about the God

Posted 05 October 2009 | By | Categories: Blog, Reality™ Products, Text | 1 Comment

If “God” is a word and man invented language, then, linguistically speaking, humanity so closely resembles a god-like thing that it can be, for all intents and purposes, considered God. Creatures with unknown purposes and origins came into the world with “fabulous powers” (He-Man, 1983).  They were unsure of what they were and then complained […]

The Dawning of a New Age by Michael Molitch-Hou

Posted 14 September 2009 | By | Categories: Media, Real™ Poems by mike! | 1 Comment

I can’t stop thinking about robots And the way in which they could serve me Platters and platters of Candy That I took off of someone’s porch during Halloween time Take one. Take one too many.

the s&m dinner. by Stephen van Dyck

Posted 14 September 2009 | By | Categories: Media, Stephen van Dyck, Stories by People Michael™ Knows | No Comments

This is cross-posted from Stephen’s blog: the s&m dinner. A friend of mine in the music school at Calarts, Jason, invited me to go to an S&M dinner with him and his kinda girlfriend Meredith. The whole concept sounded strange: meeting at a restaurant in a public place to be around people with a sexual […]

That’s Not It Exactly: A Clinical Analysis of Generalized Ontology Disorder by Michael Molitch-Hou

Posted 24 August 2009 | By | Categories: Media, Stories by mike! | No Comments

This is a couple excerpts from this thing I was trying to write. They’re the only parts of the thing that I didn’t feel I needed to change because it was what it was. The thing was going to be called That’s Not It Exactly: A Clinical Analysis of Generalized Ontology Disorder. Good luck and […]