Sensitive Skin 10, published September 2013, an anthology of post-beat, pre-apocalyptic art, writing, music and whatnot, features work by both world-famous and new-and-emerging artists, writers, and musicians from around the globe.
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The issue features out-takes from the Wall Street collection by famed photographer Charles Gatewood (Sidetripping, Forbidden Photographs), fiction by downtown legends Gary Indiana (Scar Tissue and Other Stories, White Trash, Horse Crazy, Gone Tomorrow), Max Blagg (Ticket Out) and Drew Hubner (East of Bowery) plus work by Dead Kennedy’s roadie and junky bankrobber Patrick O’Neil (The Hold-Up), radio host Tony DuShane (Confessions of a Teenage Jesus Jerk) E.A. Fow and South American novelist Raul Serrano Sanchez (Catálogo de ilusiones).
We’re also proud to present poetry by Flarf pioneer Sharon Mesmer (Annoying Diabetic Bitch, The Virgin Formica), Ron Kolm (Divine Comedy), Pete Simonelli (Night Sees You First, A Lonely War) and Michael Randall, essays by James Reich (Bombshell; I, Judas), Ronald B. Richardson (Narrative Madness), cinema of transgression co-founder Nick Zedd and South African activist Breyten Breytenback (The True Confessions of an Albino Terrorist).
We also have a portfolio of paintings by rising art star Peter Shear, and music by Steve Adams (ROVA Saxophone Quartet), with additional art, illustrations and photographs by Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre (The Ruins of Detroit), Ruby Ray (From the Edge of the World: California Punk, 1977-1981), Chris Bava, Megan Baker, David West (Music: Drawing Down the Muse), Jeff Spirer, Charlie Homo, Ted Barron, Justine Frischmann, Julie Torres and Tom McGlynn.