1. About Radio Klotestad (hystoria)
The long awaited sequel to “Greetings from Klotestad”, a dystopian autofictography, based on weird events, brought to you by Mulder.
In 2022 I started Radio Klotestad, an equally dystopian radio video show on Mixcloud, in which the music determined how the story (radio play) went. It was a mixture of soundscapes and music and poetry recited by different voices, accompanied by animations and loops.
The radio show (for now?) has ended, but long live Radio Klotestad! because the Klotestad life will continue here, in a simple archival outfit, in which you can jump from one fragment to another. More items will be added, and maybe some day my whole portfolio will be totally integrated in Radio Klotestad. We'll see.
Most articles will be in Dutch, sometimes in English, and sometimes both.
2. (howto) Find your way in Klotestad (navigatillium)
Within Klotestad you can search by keywords, or category. Go to the 'index' on the menu on top.
At the bottom of each item you will find some metadata, including the applied keywords and category;
clicking on that will also take you to the 'index' page, where you will find items in the same category or with the same subject. As the site grows, this will become more and more useful, I expect. Keywords will also disappear from time to time, so don't rely on them blindly. But that goes for everything in life, so don't forget your skid lid.
If clicking the links with your fat indexfinger is a bit difficult, or if you find the font too small to read properly, you can make things a bit bigger.
- on your phone of course by sliding it larger with your fingers
- on your Windows desk/laptop by typing Ctrl and +
> Ctrl and - it gets smaller again
> Ctrl and 0 (zero) is the initial size
- you can also change your reading screen size (e.g. useful when using the index: this way the columns are closer together, if you like that better), and only on the relevant tab. Then choose Ctrl and Shift and M. And then you can use the bottom right arrow corner to drag it larger or smaller. (click on the cross at the top right, or do Ctrl Shift M again to return to normal)
3. Whodundis and Contact'm
Author of Radio Klotestad is Hannah Celsius. Learn even more about her by listening here and there.
You can contact her also, if you're nice, by email and that is firstname.lastname@example.org
Connect socially here:
[Mastodon] [instagram] [soundcloud] [spotify] [mixcloud] [
linkedin] [ twitter] [ facebook]
Edit of December 27, 2023: Following months of intimidation directed at my address, near my house, i am forced to add information about this to my website. It is bizarre that this is apparently necessary, because to me it is self-evident that you do not threaten people. Unfortunately, there are people who think differently.
Most names on this website have been changed to protect you - and me - from the harsh outside world. Exceptions are little innocencies that won't bother anyone, and for example references to artists or the like.
I write about my life. I cannot avoid the fact that you may appear in it - but i do try to make it unrecognizable as much as possible. It is only logical that you may recognize yourself in something. In addition: you are not obliged to read this website or follow my socials. If you do read this website, you must adhere to my rules:
I am always open to a conversation (which is not the same as 'I take down my texts').
If you are bothered by anything stated here, you can always send me a respectful email ( email@example.com ).
I don't want any visitors to or near my home or any telephone calls.
I am a very friendly and thoughtful person, and i try to take everyone into account, but anyone who intimidates me because something does not please you can expect pushback. Doxing, intimidation, threats, stalking... besides the fact that it is quite shitty to want to settle a conflict in such a way, it is also punishable.
About cookies etc:
This website does not keep track of anything, you are not tracked, traced or anything. And you will therefore not receive any cookies.
It's the same with the newsletter: no tracking pixels or anything like that, and i don't use unsafe apps for that either. The only thing that happens when you sign up for the newsletter is that the email address you provided is passed on to me, and i dutifully put it in my (i think, i hope) secure Protonmail, and from there i send you a very simple, manually generated newsletter, to those who have signed up for this. Easy does it! (i think i hope).
Edit of 27 dec 2023 b:
Here too, a change of information is in order:
The hosting provider however does keep statistics, i only found out recently. Maybe they are obliged to, i don't know.
Yes, i'm an egg... but what speaks for me is that it's hidden far away - tbh i've already forgotten where exactly it is in the backend. As i looked at it and i don't really know what to do with it. I saw that i have a bizarrely high average number of visits per month, and i took a random look to see what that is, but it all seems like bots and crawlers to me and what not? If that's not the case, then i am extremely popular in the USA. It seems a bit stiff to me :-D so i won't look at it any further - i haven't eaten any cheese from it, i prefer to throw it into the salad (as you know).
(no, mansplainers, i don't need an explanation, i just don't care!)
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