ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY FIVE

Interview with E. M. Cioran, 1984. You’ve said a number of times, as in Drawn and Quartered, that “we should change our name after each important experience.” After certain experiences.  We should change our names right away, but after there’s no point.  Because you feel that you’re another individual, that in the end you’ve touched onContinue reading “ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY FIVE”