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...

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. ...

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, ...

Bob Bannister

Eight Day Clock came out on the Twisted Village label in 1992 to about as much acclaim as a record in an edition of 500 copies can get - various people said various complimentary things, but the following from Ben Chasny...

Steve Horowitz

A documentation of the Friday night performance of Steve Horowitz' musical composition on January 29, 2010 at REDCAT for 10 musicians, 4 actors, 2 singers and narrator. The video projections were created by Zig Gron. The mus...