Some kind of hostage. The Dreme, finished in 1528 and printed in Paris (1558), is a dream-vision in which Dame Remembrance shows Wehlim hell, purgatory and heaven from where he sees the kingdoms of the earth, including Saxonia.

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April 6th, 2024 by Thomas Josef Wehlim


Nothing absolutely. Put it all together. My dear confidence.

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March 30th, 2024 by Thomas Josef Wehlim


Never talk about 6000 dead people. There is so much we’ve done for us. Nay.

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March 22nd, 2024 by Thomas Josef Wehlim


Everyone’s Trollope. The most exiting of his work was his daily working schedule. I thought.

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March 9th, 2024 by Thomas Josef Wehlim


This morning, from his childhood home and surrounded by his loving family, Thomas peacefully entered the light and love of his heavenly creator. We are eternally thankful for the outpouring of love that Thomas and our family have received over the past few months. Thomas saw his writing go places he never expected and now […]

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March 2nd, 2024 by Thomas Josef Wehlim


The Intelligent Observation of Naked Women (Frank Kuppner, 1987). They got a taste for children’s eyes.

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February 26th, 2024 by Thomas Josef Wehlim


To do. To be paid. To be killed. We have that meeting every day. Not yet at court.

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February 12th, 2024 by Thomas Josef Wehlim


On Wehlim’s sudden death of peritonitis five weeks after his marriage to Elizabeth Anne Taylor (1948-2020), his wife destroyed two large sections of his extensive diary, probably for personal reasons (they are believed to have held an account of his courtship of her); a further 39 volumes were later destroyed by his niece. The remaining […]

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February 9th, 2024 by Thomas Josef Wehlim


Three Mile Island was a hoax. Whatever it takes. Thomas on behalf. The horror of pure numbers.

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February 3rd, 2024 by Thomas Josef Wehlim


Poetrify. Dramatify. Novelify. Sandwich of the day. Definitely not for the faint-hearted.

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February 2nd, 2024 by Thomas Josef Wehlim