Glad You're Not Me

Glad You re Not Me Book Five of Jonathan Harnisch An Alibiography Glad You re Not Me takes the act of transgression to another level Harnisch the author himself discovers he has been fictionalized as a character in

  • Title: Glad You're Not Me
  • Author: Jonathan Harnisch
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 185
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Book Five of Jonathan Harnisch An Alibiography, Glad You re Not Me, takes the act of transgression to another level Harnisch, the author himself, discovers he has been fictionalized as a character in an old friend s chapbook, and decides to come out of the woodwork as a real person, The Mentally Ill Artist, in this explicit transgressive reaction chapbook.

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    About " Jonathan Harnisch "

  • Jonathan Harnisch

    Envision a blend of a mentally ill mind with unsurpassed resiliency and fiery intellect and your result would be the brilliant Jonathan Harnisch An all around artist, Jonathan writes fiction and screenplays, sketches, imagines, and creates Produced filmmaker, fine artist, musician, and published erotica author, Jonathan holds myriad accolades, and his works captivate the attention of those who experience it Manic toned scripts with parallel lives, masochistic tendencies in sexual escapades, and disturbing clarities embellished with addiction, fetish, lust, and love, are just a taste of themes found in Jonathan s transgressive literature Conversely, his award winning films capture the ironies of life, love, self acceptance, tragedy and fantasy Jonathan s art evokes laughter and shock, elation and sadness, but overall forces you to step back and question your own version of reality Scripts, screenplays, and schizophrenia are defining factors of Jonathan s life and reality but surface labels are often incomplete Jonathan is diagnosed with several mental illnesses from schizoaffective disorder to Tourette s syndrome playfully, he dubs himself the King of Mental Illness Despite daily symptomatic struggles and thoughts, Jonathan radiates an authentic, effervescent, and loving spirit His resiliency emanates from the greatest lesson he s learned laughter His diagnoses and life experiences encourage him to laugh at reality as others see it Wildly eccentric, open minded, passionate and driven, Jonathan has a feral imagination His inherent traits transpose to his art, making his works some of the most original and thought provoking of modern day Jonathan Harnisch s struggles with his mental health conditions are interlinked with the incomprehension of non sufferers, which provokes him to explain his reality He has explored a range of media, including film, music, and now the written word, to help the general public understand exactly what it feels like to suffer from schizophrenia By fictionalizing the day to day meetings of multiple personalities, he is illuminating a corner of psychiatry that few understand As an author with schizophrenia, Jonathan Harnisch is ideally placed to share the unusual perception commonly defined as mental illness Harnisch is not dealing with an altered reality, but a double reality His main characters, Ben Schreiber and Georgie Gust, perfectly illustrate how two lives can share the same body.

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  • Thanks to Netgalley and Babydude Press for an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.For the first time I’m at loss of words to describe this book, or what I felt reading it. This was written by a Mentally Ill Artist, or an Artist diagnosed with a Mental Illness (the joke was lost on the Portland Mental Association as well as on me) and it is an insight on the ramblings of a diseased mind.It was meant to be transgressive erotica, but again, that meaning was lost on me as well. Good [...]


  • OUTLINE1. ContractHarnisch the writer, the disturbed artist, hereby states that he will engage only in healthy, positive, consensual, non-violent erotica. 2. Mentally Ill ArtistHarnisch made an—in his words, illuminating—three-part documentary about being a Mentally Ill Artist; specifically, about coping with schizoaffective disorder. Ironically, a mental health organization dismissed his label without watching the video, stating he was not a mentally ill artist, but rather an artist with a [...]


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