The Editors

Two furry forest creatures grapple with the obscure dialectics of Sensitive Skin Magazine - who's right, furry forest man or furry forest woman? Who's to say, watch and decide for yourself... NOTE: Somebody informed us la...

Barbara Greczny

Soul Trip 999 combined work that was shot over a ten-year period on super 8, mini DV and digital stills. It's an experimental piece that explores the various modes of travel in Toronto from walking to taking the subway. It i...

Ron Kolm

We were totally unprepared for the winter of 1968; it was bleak and cold, and it seemed to last forever. My wife and I were from the North -- Reading, Pennsylvania -- and we had joined a government program to help organize ...

Eddie Woods

The poem "Bananas" is a true story. I was flat broke in Hong Kong, strolling along Kowloon's Nathan Road vaguely wondering how to pay my rent. But also thinking poems. Suddenly this stunning black GI on R&R from Vietnam stop...

The Editors

In celebration of the birthday of John Coltrane, Sensitive Skin had its first reading in San Francisco, Thursday, September 23rd 2010 at: The Luggage Store Gallery Craig Clevenger reads from Dermaphoria, part 2 https://ww...

The Editors

Contributors to past, present and future issues showed up at the Bowery Poetry Club, August 15, 2010 in New York City. Much thanks to the proprietor, Bob Holman, for hosting us (and for joining us as a special guest star). E...

Bernard Meisler

So after watching Simon of the Desert last week, and being blown away by what is perhaps the most ridiculous (or sublime?) ending to any film ever made, I did my research and figured out the name of the band - The Sinners. ...

Rebecca Gaffney

Rebecca Gaffney is obsessed with out of phase strobelight, reflections, pulling ephemeral light/vid moments out of the air, weird underground bands, experimental everything, ghetto layers, transcendence, "happenings", epic c...

Bernard Meisler

I've wanted to pay tribute to the great Dennis Hopper, one of my all-time outlaw artist heroes, since he passed May 29th. I'm not gonna say much, but I'll pass along a few tidbits of info that perhaps you weren't familiar ...

The Editors

Another great shuffles off this mortal coil. Here's a gem from the '60s. https://youtu.be/2mQJSxX5sGg Tuli would sometimes (a lot?) show up at the Unbearables readings. I remember him singing "Slum Goddess" like it w...

The Editors

This is a fascinating interview with Georges Batailles from 1958, regarding his essay, La Littérature et le Mal (hat tip, Rob Hardin). Some of the high points include the statements that all literature is essentially evil, ...

Charles Bukowski

Everyone in NY is dying of heat; everyone in SF is complaining that it's too damn cold. I don't know, it just feels like one of those Charles Bukowski days... This one's called, "The Night I Killed Tommy". The video's old...

Bernard Meisler

Dan Plonsey is a multi-talented composer and instrumentalist living in El Cerrito CA since 1978. He has written more than 200 works for large and small ensembles. His latest piece, Dan Plonsey's Bar Mitzvah, will have its wo...