Indescribable in a paragraph, unclassifiable as either fiction or poetry, these four books are about all the possible realms that language can take us into.
JSR's Schizophrenia Experience
In these four Angelhaunt books, Jason Stuart Ratcliff explores his schizophrenia for all the creative treasures it holds within it. Ratcliff puts art prose beyond where it has ever gone, making an epic prose poem, and creating a manifesto to the world of literary art that says, "We don't want tales and stories. Give us pure mind and self, and everything terrible and holy within you."
I know exactly how I'll die. I'll be sleeping in my apartment, and two people--probably a man and a woman--will break in. The man will tie me up on my bed. The woman will then sit on my chest, and I won't be able to breathe till I suffocate. It won't be a particularly painful death, though it will involve quite a bit of terror. After I'm dead, the woman will take a knife from my kitchen, and open up my chest. She will take out my evil heart. Then they will both leave, without touching a thing in my apartment, and use my evil heart in some ceremony. I will be quite old by then, but I will still be living in this apartment, doing exactly what I do now. I'm not exactly afraid of that day--but I look forward to its fruit more than the commission of the act itself. The day before it happens I will wake up knowing that this is the day, and I won't do a thing to stop it.