Is it a happy or sad thing if people want to see you bleed?
This is the personal web site for Jasmine Sailing, created by... Jasmine Sailing. (Who
woulda thunk it?) Here you can find random thoughts and commentaries, plus archived excerpts
and occasional entireties of some of my previously published fiction and non-fiction. I try
to randomly add other sections (or update existing sections) as time and motivation allow.
Note that I'm spacy, flaky, introverted, reclusive, often loathe to deal with the world...
and therefore I'm prone toward being slower than a sun-baked worm on a sidewalk. There's no
easy guessing when I'll update. I could fall silent for years, and then have a sudden spat
of manic productivity. It happens. For more in-depth reading and exploration, I've included
links to other my other web sites + a few other pertinent links.
The contents of THIS web site are copyright Jasmine Sailing, unless otherwise indicated.
Introduction to this semi-archaeological, semi-new, website.
IMAGES: To the left is my bloody back after being cut and burned for an hour whilst
reading Of Waxen Figures and Screaming Tombs (excerpted under Fiction) at Death
Equinox '98. To the right is me a little earlier in the same evening, strapped to the St.
Andrew's Cross during my reading.
P.S. Unless they are already dead, I have always (even as a young kid) picked worms up
off the sidewalk and returned them to the safety of dirt and vegetation.
Note 01/30/10: Check the links at the bottom of the page for my mailing lists, my music
profile on last.fm, and even my teensy Wikipedia bio. The most recent section added to this
site was Poetry, which currently only has one entry. Before that I added an Event Journal
section, which also only has one entry. Sheesh, I know. Give me another 5 years and I'm
sure I'll remember to add more to the sections.
* My Bio, which is
now LONG and auto-biographical. Find out about some of the various slimy, deviant,
activities I've partaken in. Some of the ones I'll admit to on-line, anyway. (Updated:
* Random Thoughts of the Moment essays. (New entry: 03/08/13)
* Full Texts and Excerpts from Articles by Jasmine Sailing.
* Excerpts from Fiction by Jasmine Sailing. (New segments: 01/20/01)
* Samples of Poetry by Jasmine Sailing. (Section added: 12/02/09)
* Inane Rambly Event Journals. (Section added: 10/13/09)
* A smattering of Web Articles, as I remember them by
accidentally stumbling across them. (New entry: 02/18/11)
* My Gallery of the Flesh: Due to the graphic nature of some of
these photos of myself (though there is no sex, by common definition, or stark nudity --
only pain, blood, and needles), I can't recommend them to queasy people or minors. Some
"normal" photos are included. (2 Photos Added to Mundane Section: 02/15/12)
The following links will connect you to other sites (my other sites, in some cases).
Use your back arrow (or button) to return here:
- Cyber-Psychos AOD is the international
magazine that I spent a decade editing and publishing. "The Magazine of Mental Aberrations."
It has long been on hiatus, but is on the verge of returning in a somewhat different guise.
- CPAOD News: a
moderated, low traffic, news list about CPAOD and its contributors (myself included, of
course). Moved: 06/16/07, please resubscribe if you didn't receive a subscription notice.
- CPAOD Discuss:
Please join the above list for news, but you can join this one as well if you want an
interactive chat forum of CPAOD-type interests. This list also moved, see the above CPAOD
News link description.
- Our Blasted Lady of the Jellyfish:
The First Church of Cnidaria (my church, my religion). If you don't worship Giant Sentient
Jellyfish from Outer Space you are, quite frankly, a heretic. And you will die painfully,
much like the rest of us. (You'll probably need to select the text to read this site.
Cnidarians don't tend to be terribly concerned about inconveniencing mere humans with
- Of Absurdities, Injuries, and Emotive Eyes:
My anime cel gallery. Scans of many of my cels (though I have numerous others that are still
unscanned), tons of anime commentary, and a constant handful of cels for sale.
- Death Equinox: A convention
I was somehow deranged enough to decide to be the chairperson for. Death Equinox was
declared dead due to health and financial issues, but hopefully I'll eventually turn the
web site into an interesting archive of DE past.
- My YouTube Channel: As of November
17, 2010, I have finally begun to upload video documentaries and other bits and pieces.
They tend to be big multi-part pieces, and are therefore few and far between.
- Me on Twitter: The starting on April Fools
2011 part was nothing but an absent-minded coincidence. Everything there is real. Actually,
I've grown frighteningly addicted to this site.
- My Imgur Albums: Mostly my own photography (+
commentary) with a few borrows from my poor eternal assistant Bruce Young. Lots more to
- My Last FM Profile: Easy to customise web
radio that I've been having fun with since January 1, 2010. Feel free to be nosey by poking
through my library and charts. I probably should be embarrassed about plenty of it but,
well, as long as I'm enjoying myself... I'm pretty eclectic and moody.
- Me on MySpace: Now that everyone's
left MySpace for FB, I joined! On November 8, 2010, I got serious about setting up my
profile. And then I abandoned it. *shrug*
- Wikipedia Bio: My teensy and
quite insignificant bio on Wikipedia. According to this page, I am a "living person". It's
a nice thing to know! I'm trying hard to avoid needing a status change on that one for a
This web site is designed and maintained by Jasmine Sailing