as RAVING REPORTER Davy King
ultimate thrills the HOLY
something to say
Terra Incognita need hold no terror for the intrepid explorer....
what the critics might say:
a slightly skewed new view for the 21st century, tongue-in-cheek travelogue, & some mildly diverting digressions from formulaic genre clichés, all dressed up in the first-person persona of an anti-heroic culture-shock jock...
calling all publishers/ broadcasters
(or anyone who'd like to sponsor my next trip/commission an article or three)
can provide made-to-measure sexy text to satisfy that wanderlust
(in another cunning disguise!)
(blatant self-promotion & why not?)
take your time to explore...
"And when Humanity lands there, it looks out, and, seeing a better country, sets sail. Progress is the realisation of Utopias."
- The Soul of Man under Socialism, Oscar Wilde
Farthest reaches of the Universe...
To explore the world virtually, try these earthcams & satellite image atlases.
'words my truant guides with you strange journeys...' (Beckett, How It Is)
Music: The Beatles - Magical Mystery Tour
[NB Embedded sound requires Internet Explorer]
PS - by the way, here is a map of Utopia, printed in the book of the same name by Thomas More:
Utopiae insulae forma (editio 1516)
"As long as there is property, and while money is the standard of all things, I cannot think that a nation can
be governed either justly or happily; not justly, because the best things will fall to the
share of the worst men; nor happily, because all things will be divided among a few (and
even these are not in all respects happy), the rest being left to the absolutely
"The source of happiness is much disputed, among all people, in Utopia."
Utopia, Thomas More, 1516
What is YOUR version of Utopia? Then & there? Or here & now?
Or, how about NUTOPIA: "Citizenship of the country can be obtained by declaration of your awareness of NUTOPIA. NUTOPIA has no land, no boundaries, no passports, only people. NUTOPIA has no laws other than cosmic. All people of NUTOPIA are ambassadors of the country." (John Lennon, 1973)
next stop dystopia