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Urban Graffiti Mix #16

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Urban Graffiti Mix #16 by Mark McCawley on Mixcloud Love. Sex. Desire. Obsession. Smell the flowers while you can. Truth. Freedom. Justice. Anarchy. Poetry of love. Fiction of desire. Politics of sex. Dope. Music. Outlaw. Jazz. Smell the flowers while you can. Push the envelope. Transgress the status quo. Meat. Blood. Memory. Smell the flowers while you can. Nothing is as it seems. Even the flowers.

TeleText on a Cross by Andreas Maria Jacobs

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TeleText on a Cross visual art and poetry by Andreas Maria Jacobs         Parking Lot Whore     like a parking lot whore smoking crack behind the fire door humming songs through your broken teeth   of beaten cheeks on dirty floors among rusty bicycles without locks dripping mouths and swollen cocks   in silent sunsets without lights of asphalt jungles & neon nights   it was in this mental hospital we did meet among your medicine …

Haunted House: Blue Ghost Blues — review by Mark McCawley

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Haunted House: Blue Ghost Blues   review by Mark McCawley     Artist: Haunted House Album: Blue Ghost Blues Label: Northern Spy Release Date: September 13, 2011     Comprised of underground cult avant blues guitarist Loren Connors, his life partner and vocalist/lyricist Suzanne Langille, guitarist Andrew Burnes (of the band San Agustin from Atlanta, Georgia) and Daf player Neel Murgai — Haunted House briefly reunited again in 2010 to record Blue Ghost Blues with New York’s Northern Spy label. …

Bonny Finberg — in conversation with Mark McCawley

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Bonny Finberg in conversation with Mark McCawley     Mark McCawley: Any writer of transgressive, erotic, surreal writing is bound to be influenced in some fashion by the works and accomplishments of the late Kathy Acker. That said, how did it feel to win the 2014 Acker Award for Fiction (New York)? Bonny Finberg: While Acker’s influence is probably felt by a generation of writers who came of age in the ‘80s and 90s, there have been many who were …

Stealing Cherries by Marina Rubin — review by Mark McCawley

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Stealing Cherries By Marina Rubin Manic D Press, October 22, 2013 ISBN 978-1-933149-80-6 $14.95 US pbk | $9.06 US Kindle 96 pages, 5.5 x 8.5, Fiction   review by Mark McCawley   “we waited, in our city of Vinnitsa, pronounced in russian almost like Venice, waited for him every night on the bench in the park to hear his heart-tearing seven-string guitar and every morning in our marilyn bikinis we watched his breaststroke as he crossed the river. i would …