Appalachian Mental Institution, Shatsbrook
All of the foregoing is slander, libel, traducement, defamation, obloquy, character assassination of the vilest sort. I post it here on my imssoc profile purely as evidence, under the certainty, furthermore, that that cymophanic wordslut will surely revise it into an even more contumeliously oblivious and facetiously ingenuous confabulation, as she has done with the gross bulk, all, or almost all, of her own “mémoires” in toto, too! The only statement with even the remotest shred of any sort of correlation with reality is that, yes, I was an inmate of the AMI in Shatsbrook — but as a researcher, not a patient! I am a linguist, a smart linguist, a very smart linguist. Ms. (de) Strickland (whoever s/he may be) is not even a friend of mine, let alone alias! (Though I wish him or her all the best — I can think of nothing that so least resembles the most decent ends of politics, and yet so most mimics its least honorable means, than la vie littéraire!) And Victor K. Strigil, aka Informant VKS, aka Subject VKS, was, and still is, one of my most promiscuously forthright sources and amenable subjects in re the ever evolving mutualism between the duplicitous and often madcap marplots of your inveterate social parasite and the evocative lingo of cryptolexical inventiveness, specifically, viz., Sluts Jargon, Pimps Palaver, Panders Talk, Lepastic, Conspeak, Carnilalia, Intrussyan slang, Tagma verlan, and so on, not insubstantial contributions towards the characterization and concordances of all, or almost all, of which I may gladly lay claim to have had a happy hand in, as the list of works (infra) shows. My professional research interests have led me into many memorable parts of the world where I have been thrown into stimulating contact with human specimens of social parasitism of the most singular and diverse variety, accounts of some of which I’ve couched in the journalese acceptable by the more acceptable print media of this, our sublunary world. I also write and review prose fiction.
In addition, I have recently learned of another factitious provenance the aforesaid “promiscuous textualist” mendaciously assigns me — “a Nordic Anglomaniac hailing from the banks of the Glomma” (!?) — as well as more fallacious fabrications in the form of fraudulent reverse plagiaries I am falsely accused of having contributed to some spurious travel magazine, the rationale for their inclusion here being ditto (supra), to wit: i) “bordering Kintail, the Falls of Glomach may be reached by the intrepid Sassenach, by means of a difficult footpath of several leagues through the wild, remote countryside of Ross-shire, Scotland” (inviting, but alas, I have not yet had the pleasure of venturing there), and, ii) “the thermophilic chemoorganotrophe Dictyoglomus thermophilum is an anaerobic bacterium that elaborates the xylan-digesting enzyme xylanase with which English paper manufacturers have been able pretreat wood pulp in order to obtain high levels of whiteness without having to commit recourse, as your Scottish or French paper manufacturers are wont to do, to chlorine bleach” (while fascinating, these are all subjects outside of my realm of study, let alone expertise).
M. S. Litarn | Journal of Sociophysiology 01703 | March 2010.
M. S. Litarn | Owlstain SCAT | 18 June 2003.
M. S. Litarn | Journal of Sociophysiology 00712 | December 1999.
M. S. Litarn | Journal of Sociophysiology 00711 | November 1999.
M. S. Litarn and V. K. Strigil | JAMI, the Journal of the Appalachian Mental Institution, Nº 6 | Fall 1994.
M. S. Litarn | Wyoming Journal of Linguistics 25 | Spring 1994.
M. S. Litarn | Dirna Raid, “The quarterly journal of the Dirna (Wyoming) Reformist Academy and Institution of Devotion” | Fall 1993.
M. S. Litarn | Dirna Raid, “The quarterly journal of the Dirna (Wyoming) Reformist Academy and Institution of Devotion” | Spring 1992.
M. S. Litarn and Šananat Nišivat | Owlstain and Paris : Editions MSS | in prog.
M. S. Litarn | Paris and Owlstain : Editions MSS | 2010.
M. S. Litarn (with V. K. Strigil) | Shatsbrook : La Tour du Pont | 1996.
G. Galvari, M. S. Litarn, B. Rao, M. Ravigiallo, and A. Tron | Owlstain : Glamporium : Playground of Taboo | 2005.
O. W. Johnson | Journal of Sociophysiology 01108 | August 2003.
O. Willoughby Johnson | Journal of Sociophysiology 00907 | July 2001.
O. W. Johnson | Journal of Sociophysiology 00809 | Ninth Month 2000.