Dan Sofaer

Vain Endeavor It was a vain endeavor. All the plants and leaves Took pity on it as it Hung out in the wind. Princesses noticed its Ridiculous asinine shadow As it hung out there torn For a moment and said Poor, po...

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. ...

Al Kresch

Al Kresch has been dealing with the same motifs for at least 40 years. The earlier paintings that I have seen, not unlike the best work of Derain and Marquet, show him reacting not only to the largest forming and emotion...

Kurt Wolf

Lapis Lazuli is a solo instrumental project written, produced, and performed by Kurt Wolf on laptop, guitar, and analog synth. Kurt Wolf is known for his contributions to downtown noise rock acts, Pussy Galore, Boss Hog, Lo...

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...

Emily XYZ

Motor city is not my home / but I love it just the same Murder city, kill city ok but that’s just one way to look at the place where so much comes from and I know GM should have been allowed to fall but for all the goo...

Robert C. Hardin

Merthiolate After failing to kill myself for the eighteenth time, I decided to be more positive. Why focus on failure? I thought. Why not appreciate the character added by damage to my once-perfect body? But despite the p...