BILLYARDZ

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General details


  • BILLYARDZ

  • EVERYWHERE & NOWHERE

  • BILLYARDZ, that's it

  • STREETS OF BROOKLYN, MANHATTAN AND THE SUBWAY


  • English

In short

  • I'M 24, LOST MY ADOPTIVE PARENTS IN A BELT PARKWAY AUTO ACCIDENT WHEN I WAS 13, GREW UP ON THE STREETS OF BROOKLYN, MANHATTAN, IN SUBWAY STATIONS AND ON SUBWAY TRAINS, MADE ME PATHOLOGICALLY SHY PREFERRING MY ANONYMITY AND MY VACARIOUS SOMEWHAT BORDERLINE MORE  NORMAL LIVES MADE UP IN MY FICTION WRITING TO COMPENSATE FOR MY NEVER HAVING HAD A REAL NORMAL LIFE...

  • MY HAVING SO WELL TAUGHT MYSELF TO WRITE MY FICTIONS WITHOUT MY HAVING ATTENDED SCHOOL BEYOND THE 7TH GRADE

My Favorites: Reading and Writing

  • I’d like to meet:
    Evelyn Waugh, John O'hara, J.S. Bach, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Sigmund Freud, Charlie Chaplin, Myrna Loy, John-John and Caroline Kennedy and their mom and dad, Garrison Keilor, Dr. Zhivago and Lara, Rasputin, Laurence Sterne, Picasso, Sibelius, young Dylan, young Joan Baez...

    Interests:
    being alive, finding my way, being as great a person as I think I should be. But aside from that, trees, sky, clouds, pretty faces, smiles, bright eyes and supple beautifully formed male and female bodies

    Music:
    music in the car only, and wordlessly fluid and harmonic long and drawn out langorous moody like sibelius perhaps or rafe vaughn williams or delius or maybe even some baroque instrumentals and choral stuff for a bit more excitement. But in other venues where I'm not simply aimlessly drifting along with my drifting thoughts, or if its too wordy with meaning or emotion-laden with suffering and distress its just too engrossing and distracting.
     
    movies:
    just make me laugh

    TV:
    ha ha.
    ok, so I've just discovered will and grace. The cleverly written sharp satire comes as a real surprise as does the super-abundance of explicit genital references available prime time to a kiddie audience. It's sort of like the ribald fithiness of british restoration comedy brought up to date universally available in the free-for-all USA


    Books:
    tristam shandy, early waugh, early hemingway, early o'hara, tristam shandy, early waugh, early hemingway, early o'hara, tristam shandy, early waugh, early hemingway, early o'hara. Oh well, I seem to be caught in a rut, becuase I can't seem to get on from there.

    Heros:
    Evelyn Waugh, John O'hara, J.S. Bach, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Sigmund Freud, Charlie Chaplin, Myrna Loy, John-John and Caroline Kennedy and their mom and dad, Garrison Keilor, Dr. Zhivago and Lara, Rasputin, Laurence Sterne, Picasso, Sibelius, young Dylan, young Joan Baez...
  • LOADS OF MIXED UP STUFF, TOO MUCH TO KEEP TRACK OF, WHATEVER STRIKES MY FANCY AT ANY GIVEN MOMENT...
  • SUBWAY TRAINS & STATIONS, PARK BENCHES, DINERS, TRAIN STATIONS, PUBLIC TOILETS, BACKSEEAT OF MY  OLDER FRIEND'S CAR WHOSE COMPUTER I US FOR MY WRITING
  • LOADS OF BLANK VERSE
  • Fiction: Erotica, Experimental, Gay/Lesbian, Humor/Satire, Literary, Religious/Inspirational

    Poetry: Epic, Experimental, Narrative

  • LAURENCE STERNE
  • I’d like to meet:
    Evelyn Waugh, John O'hara, J.S. Bach, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Sigmund Freud, Charlie Chaplin, Myrna Loy, John-John and Caroline Kennedy and their mom and dad, Garrison Keilor, Dr. Zhivago and Lara, Rasputin, Laurence Sterne, Picasso, Sibelius, young Dylan, young Joan Baez...

    Interests:
    being alive, finding my way, being as great a person as I think I should be. But aside from that, trees, sky, clouds, pretty faces, smiles, bright eyes and supple beautifully formed male and female bodies

    Music:
    music in the car only, and wordlessly fluid and harmonic long and drawn out langorous moody like sibelius perhaps or rafe vaughn williams or delius or maybe even some baroque instrumentals and choral stuff for a bit more excitement. But in other venues where I'm not simply aimlessly drifting along with my drifting thoughts, or if its too wordy with meaning or emotion-laden with suffering and distress its just too engrossing and distracting.
     
    movies:
    just make me laugh

    TV:
    ha ha.
    ok, so I've just discovered will and grace. The cleverly written sharp satire comes as a real surprise as does the super-abundance of explicit genital references available prime time to a kiddie audience. It's sort of like the ribald fithiness of british restoration comedy brought up to date universally available in the free-for-all USA


    Books:
    tristam shandy, early waugh, early hemingway, early o'hara, tristam shandy, early waugh, early hemingway, early o'hara, tristam shandy, early waugh, early hemingway, early o'hara. Oh well, I seem to be caught in a rut, becuase I can't seem to get on from there.

    Heros:
    Evelyn Waugh, John O'hara, J.S. Bach, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Sigmund Freud, Charlie Chaplin, Myrna Loy, John-John and Caroline Kennedy and their mom and dad, Garrison Keilor, Dr. Zhivago and Lara, Rasputin, Laurence Sterne, Picasso, Sibelius, young Dylan, young Joan Baez...