The Red Earth Project
3. The Form
The great Ursula K. Le Guin has been a champion of writing beyond what she calls the market economy of publishing and instead to write solely focusing on the art of writing.
Red Earth is an attempt at precisely this, where the writing drifts on a current, ignoring form, thinking only about what experience and feeling will be communicated with the ideas and meditations across this project.
The form then happens naturally—where I have always resisted definitions in life and now in writing.
How should we remember fluid amalgams of experiences, influences, memories and lineages that go beyond records, destroyed or quickly forgotten?