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The Exegesis Of Phillip K. Dick: Postscript [4:103]
Posted in Blog on Mar 25, 2020 — 67 reads
The Exegesis Of Phillip K. Dick: Letter To Claudia Bush July 24, 1974
Posted in Blog on Mar 16, 2020 — 64 reads
The Exegesis Of Phillip K. Dick: Letter To Claudia Bush, July 24, 1974
Posted in Blog on Mar 12, 2020 — 94 reads
Letter To Claudia Bush, July 22, 1974
Posted in Blog on Mar 5, 2020 — 203 reads
Revisiting The Haunted Labyrinth That Was The Mind Of Phillip K. Dick
Posted in Blog on Feb 21, 2020 — 224 reads
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Speaking With A Young Writer
Posted in Blog on Feb 14, 2020 — 250 reads
Crackpot Mailbox: C8 And James Chew The Metaphysical Phat
Posted in Fiction on Dec 18, 2019 — 441 reads, 1 comment
Considering The Shape And Shades Of Our Connective Soul
Posted in Blog on Dec 13, 2019 — 338 reads, 4 comments
Exegesis Of Phillip K. Dick: Folder 18, August 1978 Or Later
Posted in Blog on Sep 3, 2019 — 185 reads
Exegesis Of Phillip K. Dick 4:41, Reading From Pages 19-37
Posted in Blog on Aug 29, 2019 — 190 reads
Exegesis Of Phillip K. Dick 4:34, Reading From Pages 18-19
Posted in Blog on Aug 18, 2019 — 224 reads
Exegesis Of Phillip K. Dick 4:16, Reading From Pages 16-18
Posted in Blog on Aug 13, 2019 — 209 reads
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Exegesis Of Phillip K. Dick 4:13, Reading From Pages 14-16
Posted in Blog on Aug 7, 2019 — 310 reads, 1 comment
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Exegesis Of Phillip K. Dick 4:6, Reading From Pages 6-14
Posted in Blog on Jul 26, 2019 — 249 reads
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Impressions Of The Exegesis Of Phillip K. Dick: 4:1, Pages 3-6
Posted in Blog on Jul 18, 2019 — 284 reads
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Thirty years alone, on the streets of Baltimore without a friend, a gang, a club, or even a faithful dog to watch his back, has taught the author seven truths about living alone in a dangerous world. LaFond has alternately been the target of police aggression, black gang violence, and white supremacist assassins. Taboo You was written for those few men who find themselves alone in a world they do not agree with; a handbook for militant individuality in a collectivist age. If you vote, don’t buy this book.
 
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