Stories by Age

Recreating (and advancing) pk’s censored domains:
Knatz.com / Personal / Stories / pk Chronological /

Kid

thru 1951

Teens

thru 1958

College

thru 1960

Draft Limbo

1961, 1962

Army stories are under Institutional Stories

Grad School

1964 ff.

Teaching

Many of my teaching period stories got exported as Hiercon / School.

Networking

Business: Art Dealer

Multiple Original Graphics Publisher
1974 ff.

Multiple Ages

Broke Writer

Aging

In some ways I’ve been old since childhood;
in others I’m still a kid.

Notes from earlier pk chronology menus:
A menu like this could easily mislead the visitor to assume more intentional design to this section than is warranted. The categories used — Kid, College — indicates the time, not necessarily the subject: they are stories from When I was a kid, not necessarily stories about Being a kid.
Stories that are about the theme are in that section: Themes. (And my themes are further subdivided: if they’re about state interference with individuals, they fit my political agenda, and have been moved to NoHier and to DePro: my sections against factitious human political hierarchies and against hierarchical coercion: like schooling.

These are stories from that period. Stories specifically about the army are stored by theme; not chronology: pk’s Army Stories.
Stories about my early thinking on art as complex information from that period are gathered at Macroinformation/Background. Enter through the Macroinformation Entrance.

This section gathers pk stories from my networking period, 1970 to 1974. Stories actually about deschooling / networking / FLEX gather at DePro.
Gack!! Employed!!!

pk Stories Social, Hierarchical
by Age by Theme by Others Institutional Stories
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