Fragments from Chronos, by J.J. Loe


The stories and fragments found herein endeavor to portray recurrent Time in a sort of literary Oroboros, a tautological adumbration of the Eternal Return. They employ ideas culled from a long history of readings from a broad range of topics. If one finds traces of the philosophy of Anaxagoras in the fictional selections, then one can readily see that I am an anachronistic scribbler of individual tastes. The brevity of flash-fiction helps lend an air of mystery to some of the ideas; as the hypothesis of chronesthesia, which is an awareness of both past and future happening concurrently with the present, aims to provide their mechanics.