I don’t have to know an answer. I don’t feel frightened by not knowing things, by being lost in a mysterious universe without any purpose, which is the way it really is as far as I can tell, possibly. It doesn’t frighten me.
~ Richard Feynman
Actually all states, constitutions, churches, etc., have gone under through the escape of individuals; because the individual is the irreconcilable enemy of every universality, every tie, i.e., every fetter.
Everything sacred is a tie, a fetter.
~ Max Stirner
one who speaks
a wanderer, a person who journeys
Trevor Goodchild: Whose side are you on?
Aeon Flux: I take no side.
Trevor Goodchild: You’re skating the edge.
Aeon Flux: I am the edge.
Logospilgrim is a small androgyne, a bi-romantic asexual person, a renegade, introvert, and stay home vagabond. She is the author of numerous books, all of which are available on her website, logospilgrim.com, and amazon. She has spoken at many Harry Potter conventions, including Witching Hour, Lumos, Prophecy, Convention Alley, Infinitus, Aeternitas, Ascendio, and MISTI-Con 13 and 15. She has a degree in Religious Studies and enjoys collecting curiosities. She may be somewhat of a curiosity herself. When she isn’t writing, she enjoys gazing at trees and the sky, and pondering life, the universe, and everything… She is also known as the quiet professor.
She’s a coconut atheist and gonzo maverick. She lives in the moment & often wears silly socks.
She loves Betty Boop cartoons, Elvis songs, toys toys toys, Zombieland, psychobilly, hard liquor, Edward Gorey, Eraserhead, the 70s, macramé, the Trailer Park Boys, playing her ukulele, and many, many other things.
She dons costumes on a fairly regular basis.
She was at The Non-Conference in August 2015, where she signed copies of There’s a Hula Girl on my Dashboard: How I Left Faith Behind and Embraced Life (read Godless Mom‘s review: “Every Atheist Needs: There’s a Hula Girl on my Dashboard”).
She was featured on Tomboy Tarts.
Art by Dandy Serenity