Sensitive Skin 7, released fall 2011, includes:
A short story by Rob Roberge, author of Working Backwards from the Worst Moment of My Life and the neo-noir novels More Than They Could Chew and Drive.
A novel excerpt from Díre McCain, publisher of Paraphilia Magazine.
A short story by Drew Hubner, author of American by Blood, We Pierce and East of Bowery, the first in a new series by SENSITIVE SKIN Books.
A memoir by Erika Schickel, author of You’re Not the Boss of Me: Adventures of a Modern Mom.
A filthy and hilarious prose poem from John S. Hall, vocalist and lyricist of King Missile.
Additional writing by blogger City of Strangers, poet Marguerite Van Cook and screenwriter Mark Netter.
Art by Shalom Neuman (who currently has a one-man show at the Naional Gallery in Prague) and downtown NYC sculptor Janice Sloane.
A video by Flame Schon, director of the ’60s underground classic documentary, Dope.
Music by contemporary composer Mike Fink (Cal Arts) and Bay Area jazz trio LaMacchia/Myrner/Feiszli.
Additional artwork by Chris Bava, Jim C, Jeff Spirer and Ted Barron.
84 pages, full color, 8.5″ x 11″, 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….