Carol Maric

Carol Maric

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And then went down to the ship, Set keel to breakers, forth on the godly sea, and . . . Ezra Pound (TCOEP).
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About Me



" My life goal? Literary Immortality--without compromise. "
" I would rather be skydiving while writing a book. "

philosopher & polymath

Author of the unpublished masterpiece PROTEAN NotUnTitled: The Philosophical Cantos (copyright 2000 Library of Congress), Carol Maric has presented the manuscript thus far to only a few, including Harold Bloom and Jacques Derrida, who had favorable comments. The work is akin to late James Joyce with Nietzschean poetics, highly baroque, and deeply complex in its content and language--an original extension of the English language, elucidating the ambiguities of various extremities of mind. This is the sort of book in which an author's work might culminate, yet it is a first work.

Maric has since been writing a surrealist novel for several years, as well as another book of poetry, and essays; future works include books of philosophy, micro fiction, and the (under construction) online literary journal alidade review; etc. She is also a multifaceted musician (electric cello, violin, and voice), and visual artist.

Stance on Writing & Publishing: " No Editing Allowed, except one's own volitionally (otherwise known as crafting), is an uncompromising stipulation of mine; It is either In or Out--Curators, Not Editors. "


blog radio http://www.alidadereview.com http://www.blogtalkradio.com/alidadereview


literary magazine, november 2007, issue 151
"published with blood since '00"
Cherry Bleeds

Raw & Rare Glimpse:





Favourite Writers:
Nietzsche Kant Wittgenstein Bataille Derrida Quine Popper Deleuze Foucault Benjamin Joyce Pound Baudelaire TS.Eliot Dante A.Rice Artaud Dostoevsky Cioran Byron Zukofsky H.Miller Nabokov Woolf Byatt H.James Goethe Blanchot Handke Aristotle Shakespeare Montaigne Peirce DF.Wallace Danielewski, BlahBlahBlah^n

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Posted 5 Years Ago


hey

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Posted 6 Years Ago


Hi Carol, wondering if you still come on here.

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Posted 8 Years Ago


Are you still around m'dear :) It was good to see your name on the online list of writers. I'm barely here myself, but am trying to get back into it for a bit. There's a few people still here whom I miss. :)

Hugs
<3kara

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Posted 8 Years Ago


Michael Bauer is a much better reader than I am, especially when I had too much wine in a relation to cheeze ;) In my readings, it's 40s and beer nuts for all!

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Posted 9 Years Ago


hey carol longtime no see

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Posted 9 Years Ago


hi darling. i hear ya about the madness of the lost pieces... luckily i was able to restore most of my writing, and it had the opposite effect that i thought; i've been obsessed with the cafe lately, and more involved with my art.
miss you. hugs

<3kara

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Posted 9 Years Ago


hi, yes it's empty and i haven't really thought of involving since the meltdown.

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Posted 9 Years Ago


hi carol.

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Posted 9 Years Ago


happy new year's to you too - hopefully a new featured poem? lol...have a good one.

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Posted 9 Years Ago


The message you left on my comment section is awesome! Thank you very much. A Happy New Year to you too.

Hawksmoor...From The Bleed.