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Arklight: a musical overview — by Mark McCawley

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Arklight: a musical overview   by Mark McCawley         Danny Kolm, Gregory Kolm and Max Kostaras are three twentysomethings who’ve lived their whole lives in Queens, NYC. Danny and Greg are brothers who started playing music together in 2003 under the name Arklight, releasing dozens of cassettes and Cdrs on small independent labels. Their early sound was a harsh mix of no wave noise, free jazz energy and punk psychedelia. Various friends filled in the lineup, with …

One Dead Tree by David Menear — review by Mark McCawley

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One Dead Tree by David Menear   review by Mark McCawley     One Dead Tree by David Menear DevilHousePress, an imprint of AngelHousePress ISBN: OneDeadTree 7×8.5, 28pp, $10.00 (CAD) published, June 2014, Limited Edition     DevilHousePress is a new imprint of AngelHousePress — an Ottawa-based micro-press founded and published by poet and writer, Amanda Earl, in 2007 — that publishes transgressive literary works in the form of short story collections, novellas, novel excerpts, flash fiction, one-act plays and …

Astor Place Station by Ron Kolm

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Astor Place Station   by Ron Kolm         Astor Place Station   I’d just dropped off Some consignment stuff At St. Mark’s Bookshop And had fifteen minutes to make it To Grand Central Terminal Or I’d be late for work.  

Arrested Sex by Jacob Futhey

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Arrested Sex by Jacob Futhey         I threw on jeans, buttoned up a shirt, and crept towards the door. The T.V. was blaring from the living room. My mom saw me from the couch, a cloud of smoke hung over her, “What the hell are you doing?”   “Liz from high school invited me out, it’s her birthday.”   She came shuffling towards the door; her robe half-open, exposing a constellation of moles and blotches, “You don’t …

Kate Crash — in conversation with John Wisniewski

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Kate Crash (Kate Crash & The UFO Club) in conversation with John Wisniewski         “Musician, glam punk alien cross-dressing renegade robot from the future, multi-media performance artist, novelist, poet, director — Kate Crash is a punk feminist with a DIY ethic. Whether it’s her music, her poetry, her spoken word performance pieces, her fiction or her documentary filmmaking — Crash’s glitter-speckled allegorical art holds a unique mirror up to the present day decay and decadence of Los …

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