Life Of The Mind
Tempted to call this section booki-wook, novelly-wovelly or story-wory but I think I might be a little too serious for that. The novels fall broadly into the genres speculative fiction and experimental literature.
A contemplation of the lettuce verbiage ensemble
Strange, nonsensical, funny and sometimes inadvertently resembling meaning, the short book 'Complete nonsense' is an experimental literary form composed of semantically unintelligible sentences with the occasional Haiku interlude. It invites you to consider the following?
When a person makes a statement that you don’t understand there are at least two possibilities:
1. You don’t comprehend the statement.
2. The statement is nonsense.
The question you have to ask yourself is 'how do I tell the difference?'.
We seem to live in a world of nonsense whether highly technical jargon sounding like nonsense, verbiage like jargon used in business where plain speaking would be preferable and New Age ideas like Spirit Science that combines quantum mechanical terms and spirituality resulting in amusing bunk.
'Complete nonsense: A contemplation of the lettuce verbiage ensemble' is an experimental form of literature. If you watch Science Fiction you may have heard something that occasionally resembles it as Scotty or La Forge of the Starship Enterprise spouts sciencey sounding nonsense as part of a plot device. Perhaps you have been in a meeting or management seminar and wondered if your IQ had dropped since college since the lecturer appears to be talking complete bollocks. Or a political speech by a notable politician may get a standing ovation at conference but leaves you cold and left out as though there's some social clique secret you're not privy to.