Friday, December 28, 2007

Introducing Janet

And herein lies the tragedy, as Janet’s enemy doesn’t lie within the jeering mockery of her peers or the authoritarian disapproval of her mother, for neither exists. Janet’s enemy is herself, her low self-esteem, the fact that she exists presupposing that her small world shares the same disapproving feelings about her that she feels. She projects this upon them in such a way that she feels as though she needs to play the fool to their court of popularity, in the case of Tony, she feels that she needs to degrade the very things she loves and envies most about him in front of her friends.

In this world the nightclubs are friendly and youth oriented. There is no seedy underbelly that would ever imagine hurting Janet.


What People Are Saying About the Plaza of the Mind

...[Plaza of the Mind] impressed me in its magnificent weirdness...this sorta je ne sais quoi that you find in interesting art... ...I mean that purely as a compliment!

Stefene Russell

Plaza of the Mind is a clinamen away from the holeopathic replay by the Android Meme of the old perceptual agon of electrically-programmed youth confronting the Gutenbergian Establishment. Irresistible Force meets Immovable Object.

Bob Dobbs