Poet, novelist, essayist, aphorist, playwright, philosopher, visual artist, pianist, and author of over 30 volumes in the above named genres, Alexander has developed a personal yoga of language from diverse fields of study ranging from astronomy to physics.
A Cannibal Explains Himself to Himself explores extra-dimensional states of being that put into the praxis of language a natural yoga. It is a meditation that seeks to alter planetary pressures that continue to accrue during this protracted stage of late capital. The essay form is a provisional structural device that ranges from supra-conscious descending from above mingling in one’s neural registration with energies that roil and ascend from subconscious states, so that the cognitive is magically energized as a contribution to an an overall accuracy via the history of ideas. One no longer registers oneself as an author that instigates text as delimited opinion. Therefore the reader by the very fact of his or her engagement with the text is invaded by an invisible current that supersedes quotidian context and its concerns via topical engagement. Such a state allows other considerations to transpire.