And He was asking him, "What is your name?" And he said to Him, "My name is Multitude; for we are many."

The Mist of Life: Fiction & The Epistemology of Creation

“you will die and so will all those who read my story, all, all, all with no exception! Fictional beings, like me; the same as I am! You’ll all die, … Continue reading

12/01/2017 · Leave a comment


I am a social cyborg, off­norm in any possible way. Assembled of bits and pieces left from a number of transformations in a life between spaces.

24/12/2015 · Leave a comment

Luiza Todi por Sandra Medeiros e por João Paes

No passado dia 20 de Novembro, ao final da tarde, fui assistir a uma sessão musical de homenagem a Luiza Todi (1753-1833) no Grémio Literário, com música brilhantemente interpretada pela … Continue reading

28/11/2015 · Leave a comment

Love, Billie

Billie Holiday (1915-1959) was raised in an abusive family, raped at age 11, and sent to a reformatory accused of “seducing” the rapist. In her early teens, after moving to … Continue reading

18/11/2015 · Leave a comment

Bessie II – ´I don’t want no sympathy`

Make him stay at home, wash and iron, Tell all the neighbors he done lost his mind Give your house rent shake on Saturday night Monday morning you’ll hold collectors … Continue reading

16/11/2015 · 2 Comments

Bessie I – ´the mens are so evil`

And do you know who bailed Ma Rainey out of jail that one time? Bessie Smith (1894-1937), whose parents died when she was 8 years old, and started singing on … Continue reading

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In the beginning – Ma Rainey II

Ma Rainey is also one more person whose bisexuality is often erased in favor of lesbianism, or more commonly, her relations with women are omitted while her marriage, to the also musician … Continue reading

14/11/2015 · 1 Comment

In the beginning (WOC in the record industry) – Ma Rainey I

Ma Rainey (1886-1939) was one of the first blues singers to record, and the second black woman, following Mami Smith. Ma Rainey grew up in a large family of “black … Continue reading

14/11/2015 · 1 Comment

nina III – strange fruit, historical mourning

Best known by Billie Holiday’s performance, Strange Fruit was originally a poem written by Abel Meeropol, an american professor. He later adapted it and wrote a melody for it. Strange … Continue reading

14/11/2015 · Leave a comment