This 'About' page now covers two different blogs, Spurious and Wittgenstein Jr. Both are written by Lars Iyer (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The first blog, Spurious, has been the source of three novels, Spurious (2011), Dogma (2012) and Exodus (2013), published by Melville House. These novels are 'autofictions', containing a fictionalized version of myself and a friend. The adventures of the characters are very exaggerated versions of real events. But the fictional 'Lars' is very different to me, the author of these novels. Do not confuse the two!
The second blog, Wittgenstein Jr, is a new fictional project. http://spurious.typepad.com/wittgenstein_jr/
Wittgenstein Jr is set at Cambridge University. The titular character is a contemporary re-imagining of the real Wittgenstein. Otherwise, no resemblance between Wittgenstein Jr or any of the other characters on these posts to real life people is intended. My version of Cambridge University has nothing to do with the real Cambridge University. Read the Wittgenstein Jr blog as you might fragments of a novel by Thomas Bernhard. Above all, the material at the blog is intended to be humorous. I am currently editing the blog into a draft, which will then be worked up to be submitted for publication.
The picture at the top of the blog is by William Hundley.
This blog is not linked to any academic institution.
My twitter i.d. is UtterlySpurious.