No. 15: Alan Mudd

No. 15: Alan Mudd


"There is enough whatthus to build and pass many articulations of story. For its glory, Red King is a celebration of making and triumph of process, willed faithfully forth from an impossible stillness with forced acceptance. It definitively has an author who attentively allows its unfolding while patiently piecing together each next known / unknown into an actualized string of careful verbiage. A chorus call of nothing is given structures. October is given to nothing timely. Another song is given after there is resting and never another reason to arise. A body is given to paradise. I am given to you and we become they we are given a book they give to the sky. In the end, I forget what even transpired, but given a moment, I can recall I want more. Material crumb trail reminds of everything."

— Matt Clifford, from his "Introduction to the Red King"

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“Quoniam de ciuitatis utriusque, terrenae scilicet et caelestis, debitis finibus deinceps mihi uideo disputandum: prius exponenda sunt, quantum operis huius terminandi ratio patitur, argumenta mortalium, quibus sibi ipsi beatitudinem facere in huius uitae infelicitate moliti sunt, ut ab eorum rebus uanis spes nostra quid differat, quam Deus nobis dedit, et res ipsa, hoc est uera beatitudo, quam dabit, non tantum auctoritate diuina, sed adhibita etiam ratione, qualem propter infideles possumus adhibere, clarescat. De finibus enim bonorum et malorum multa et multipliciter inter se philosophi disputarunt; quam quaestionem maxima intentione uersantes inuenire conati sunt, qui efficiat hominem beatum."