Sensitive Skin 6, released spring, 2011. Includes:
Short stories from Max Blagg, Mike DeCapite, jennifer jazz and Bonny Finberg.
Previously unheard music by downtown NYC avant garde legend Elliot Sharp.
Novel excerpts from Carl Watson (Backwards the Drowned Go Dreaming) and Patricia Eakins.
A portfolio of new work from painter David West, with an essay by Marguerite Van Cook.
Paintings from John Griffin, with an essay by Dion Griffin Zizak.
“Ice-T Spat on My Foot” and other poems from Sean Flaherty.
An excerpt from “Blood in the Face,” by documentary filmmaker Kevin Rafferty (The Atomic Cafe).
Music from one of NYC’s most popular punk-industrial bands from the ’90s, The Spitters, with an essay by S.A. Emmons.
Additional artwork by Ted Barron, Cédric Monot, Charlie Homo, Hal Hirshorn, Jeff Spirer and Laura Ann Morrison.
62 pages, 8.5″ x 11″, full color, PDF format.
Sensitive Skin features art, writing and music, without rules or boundaries, by both famous and emerging artists, writers, and musicians from around the globe.
Sensitive Skin began as a print venture from New York’s Lower East Side in the 1990s, and published such literary luminaries as Richard Hell, Steve Cannon, Jack Micheline, Penny Arcade, John Farris, Eileen Myles, Lynne Tillman, Patrick McGrath, Bob Holman, Maggie Estep, Emily XYZ, Herbert Huncke and Joel Rose, with art by Andres Serrano, Ari Marcopolis, Andrew Castrucci and James Romberger, to name but a few….