From ARCANA by Henry Hills

Selected Works

Memoir, Fiction, Philosophy
"The starting point and the point of return intersect, perhaps on a single level higher, perhaps on two. Hegelian dialectic couples with myth on eternal return. We exit from agnomia and into her we return, illuminated by the journey, by the experience of words."
–Ladislav Šerý
Experimental Fiction
"Gál is a phenomenon unto himself: a purveyor of neurotic philosophy encapsulated in elliptical portents and epifragmentals, the content of which is at all odds with their length."
–Joshua Cohen
Aphorism, Philosophy, Poetry
"For Gál, the paradox is the order at the heart of things; it is both the structure of the universe and the 'logic' of the human mind."
American Book Review