Interrupting Infinity is the authorial site of David St.-Lascaux. This title alludes to Thomas Carlyle’s observation that human life is “a little gleam of Time between two Eternities,” an observation intuited earlier by Nezahualcoyotl, Mesoamerican poet philosopher king, later observed by Li Yu (author of The Carnal Prayer Mat) and Aphra Behn (Oroonoko), and more recently paraphrased by Vladimir Nabokov in his autobiographical Speak, Memory.

Interrupting Infinity contains links to e*sequiturs, St.-L’s multimedia ebook, short stories, poetry, essays and reviews.

The Interrupting Infinity favicon
The favicon, the lemniscate (infinity symbol) ensigned by the exponent 1050, is a riddle. Perhaps you know the solution.

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