Colin Wilson and “The Robot” – by Gary Lachman

Wilson tells us he is often oblivious to the scenery because his robot has taken over the task of cutting out irrelevant details so he can get through a day’s work. Yet when his day is over and he wants to relax, he often finds that he can’t. His automatic pilot—the robot—is in gear and … Continue reading Colin Wilson and “The Robot” – by Gary Lachman


Hit by a hammer

"My discovery of the explosive potentialities of potassium chlorate and sulphur, when hit by a hammer, has started a craze that has spread all over _______________" Colin Wilson - Voyage to a Beginning 1969