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Creation Stories, David Lynch, Existentialism, and Jazz: Instrumental Review

Creation Stories, David Lynch, Existentialism, and Jazz: Instrumental Review

  Creation Stories, David Lynch, Existentialism, and Jazz: Instrumental Review By Colin O’Neill   There are two passions in my life (three if you count beer, and four if you count crippling self-doubt): Comics and music. They tend to overtake one another consistently. In junior high music was life. Days in class would be me...
Interview Series: Rayne and MJ on Gender Confirmation Surgery

Interview Series: Rayne and MJ on Gender Confirmation Surgery

  Currently residing in Austin, TX, sisters Rayne and MJ have created a series of web videos discussing first hand transgender experiences. Transitioning to a female about six years ago, Rayne faced many challenges and has come a long way on her journey since 2011 — learning how to pass, starting on hormones, going to...
Driving Around with TBS

Driving Around with TBS

Driving Around with TBS Words by Melissa Hall ( Instagram / Twitter ) Melissa Hall received her MFA in Creative Writing from Minnesota State University, Mankato. She currently lives in Austin, Texas where she tutors English and writing to students with learning disabilities. In her spare time, Melissa volunteers as a grant writer for a...
Goldilocks and the Three

Goldilocks and the Three

Goldilocks and the Three   Brenna Ehrlich Brenna.Ehrlich@gmail.com   “Happy Birthday to you,” Min’s mom and sister crooned off-key as the animatronic bears lurched to life. Papa Bear, or at least what Min imagined to be the papa bear (as he was wearing a snappy fedora), windmilled his taxidermied arm across his cherry candy-colored guitar,...
After Egg

After Egg

After Egg By E. S. Sparks ( Instagram ) Inquiries: erica.s.sparks@gmail.com     The young woman met her friend at 2:15 for brunch. She would only be in New York for the long weekend and wanted to make the most of it, see everyone. Miriam had been gently urging her to visit and she wanted...
Artists On Our Radar: Cyril Ely & Anatoly Pavlov

Artists On Our Radar: Cyril Ely & Anatoly Pavlov

Artists: Cyril Ely ( Instagram ) & Anatoly Pavlov ( Instagram )   TV was created as a way of delivering a visual signal, but it turned into an instrument for mind manipulating. TV broadcast footage filmed on long exposure is an metaphysical space of impaired information where the sum of its parts is not...
Poetry by PJ Carmichael

Poetry by PJ Carmichael

Poetry by PJ Carmichael   Best-Selling Authors Who’s been chasing the New York Times’ best-seller list again? I’ve been chasing my own tail for the past few years, entertained the idea of freak show success, but they’re not hiring. Besides, there’s too many willing and eager to exploit faulty faculties. A get-rich- quick scheme, the...
Poetry by PJ Carmichael

Poetry by PJ Carmichael

Poems by PJ Carmichael ( Instagram ) PJ Carmichael is a poet, writer, artist, adventurer, and spiritualist from Wakefield, Massachusetts. His work focuses on his interaction with and the contrast between the natural world and the urban environment. He currently runs Mass Love Distro, a multimedia production and distribution endeavor.     Sick She mumbles loudly...
Artists On Our Radar: Rina Namiki

Artists On Our Radar: Rina Namiki

Artist: Rina Namiki ( Instagram )   Based in Tokyo, Japan and Berlin, Germany, artist Rina Namiki studied Indian Philosophy and Arts at Toyo University and has recently worked at Nylon Magazine (Japan). Namiki finds inspiration delving into her emotions as well as the female physical form. A storyteller by nature, Namiki’s illustrations take you...
Staring Quietly at the Backwash

Staring Quietly at the Backwash

Staring Quietly at the Backwash Artist: Ina Lounguine ( Instagram )     Within the past few years Europe has seen mass human migrations, due to chaos and civil wars all across northern Africa and the Middle-East – Syria especially. Staring Quietly At The Backwash is a sensorial take on analyzing the crisis currently occurring...
The Portrait Artist

The Portrait Artist

The Portrait Artist     It had been an especially long, dark winter until that day in late February when the sun shined especially bright, melting the snow so rapidly that one’s socks absorbed the musty vapors of heat that rose from the ground. The streets, each one representing a tendril of Manhattan’s rumpled brow,...
Jessie Goes Nuts

Jessie Goes Nuts

Jessie Goes Nuts by Fishspit     Every time I hear a Cat Stevens song I think of that year I laid in Jessie’s bed guzzling vodka and spinning her records. I drank around the clock then. Why Cat Stevens? I don’t know. Jessie had lots of records. I wasn’t a Cat Stevens fan ....

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