This isn’t content. Instead, its an index, a pointing finger that shouts “look” through its pokey-poke powers.
Theron Jacobs, noted internet poet and twitterati, was interviewed by Up,
which “exists as a space dedicated to writers and artists driven to create by, of, and for the body. We want your tortured bodies, happy bodies, laconic bodies, sexy bodies, hurried bodies, dripping bodies, fat bodies, thin bodies.” So now you know.
I’m not going to “read” the interview here, but you should read the whole thing.
This is my favorite part of the interview (warning: joke necrophilia [is that a thing people care about being warned about?])
Here’s one that’ll really test your knowledge: is is necrophilia if you’re both dead?
OOOH YES GOOD QUESTION. ABSOLUTELY, YEAH. IT’S DOUBLE NECROPHILIA WHICH IS EXTRA ILLEGAL AND COMPLICATED, AS WELL AS LOGISTICALLY DIFFICULT. I MEAN, YOU REALLY GOTTA WANT IT. IT HAS A STRANGE BEAUTY, THOUGH. I MEAN THE SORT OF BEAUTY FOUND IN MAGNIFIED PICTURES OF POLYMOUTHED WORMS WHO LOOK LIKE THEY’RE SCREAMING ALL THE TIME AND FEED BY WIGGLING INSIDE SOMETHING LIVING AND SECURING ONTO ONE OF ITS ORGANS OR THE LAZY, SATED WAY A LION WILL SOMETIMES LOOKS AFTER A KILL, IT’S FACE ALL COVERED IN BLOOD.
I GUESS I MIGHT MEAN HORRIFYING. NOT BEAUTIFUL.