Grease Gun & Finding Serenity in Doom
Grease Gun & Finding Serenity in Doom

"Grease Gun’s music has the satisfying feel of cracking into a pulpy novel, playing around with images straight out of Octavia Butler and Louis L’Amour."

Child and Vine
Child and Vine

"The sky grew dark and the child set camp, in their sleeping bag they looked to the stars finding comfort. The vine chose to let them be."

Stories of Warmth, Charm, and Danger from Refugees
Stories of Warmth, Charm, and Danger from Refugees

"In a time where presidential policy target groups of refugees. In a month where vandalism targets Boise refugees. In this time, it is one of the many acts of fellowship: to show up face to face and see and hear who we talk about when we talk about refugees."

False Flags; Exposing North End Hypocrisy
False Flags; Exposing North End Hypocrisy

"Queerphobia is not an opinion, it is a predisposition and a prejudice."

Aliens Find Each Other and Make a Home in Jonny Sun's First Novel
Aliens Find Each Other and Make a Home in Jonny Sun's First Novel

"Don’t just wade around in the shit of your mind - Instead, get a shovel and explore it."

It’s Not Immaterial: New Wave’s Struggle for Relevance Among an Evolving Audience
It’s Not Immaterial: New Wave’s Struggle for Relevance Among an Evolving Audience

"Without creating a space for culturally diverse participation, a genre will become so homogenous as to wither under its own xenophobia."

Mo Troper Simultaneously Pokes and Stitches Broken Hearts
Mo Troper Simultaneously Pokes and Stitches Broken Hearts

"...or you might be listening with headphones, devastated, thinking to yourself; 'Holy shit, someone is actually saying what I can't.'"

My Year with Steve Industry - a review of The Autograph of Steve Industry; a novel by Ben Hersey
My Year with Steve Industry - a review of The Autograph of Steve Industry; a novel by Ben Hersey

"When my year of friendship with Steve Industry ended, I wasn’t upset about the times I had listened to him rambling. In fact, I missed him once he was gone." 

Welcome to hell, Bitch. New world order -- Mykki Blanco
Welcome to hell, Bitch. New world order -- Mykki Blanco

"...[They] held the wig out in front of them as the trophy of a triumphant battle, but in this case, the victory was in capturing perfect fluidity." 

Top 10 Restaurants in the WORLD - As Rated by Me, Someone Who Avoids Restaurants at All Costs
Top 10 Restaurants in the WORLD - As Rated by Me, Someone Who Avoids Restaurants at All Costs

"When we left, the hosts advised us to go directly to the chartered van because a grizzly was seen exploring the area."

Dark Souls and Finding Resilience Through Loss
Dark Souls and Finding Resilience Through Loss

"In its own small way Dark Souls has encapsulated what it feels like to experience defeat, over and over again. The stakes do not have any resonate real life implications, but the sensation is the same." 

Ed Skoog: An Introduction
Ed Skoog: An Introduction

"Wit is important to mention, because Ed’s poems have an effortless humor to them, which often lends a bit of levity, depending on the subject, but also disarms those readers who assume
the poem will go as expected
 –– "

Teleclense: The Purity of Planet Earth
Teleclense: The Purity of Planet Earth

"If you spent a little time on the internet last month there's a good chance you've seen this video, which has now pushed well around eight million views on Youtube. It's an excerpt from an episode of BBC's Planet Earth II, the sequel to arguably one of the best nature documentaries in television history."

An interview with Erica Crockett
An interview with Erica Crockett

"I like the fringe. I like taking social norms and what’s typically acceptable and playing with it. I’ve always been the type that wants to put the uncomfortable questions or uncomfortable scenarios in front of people’s faces."

Other voices house show
Other voices house show

"If you don’t know what Monaco is, it’s a canned vodka cocktail mixed with a fizzy, fruity concoction that tastes of taurine and vitamins. It’s power is lauded in discarded legends from old worlds. Mango is the best flavor."
 

Leafraker, Ronnie and the Reagans, and the story of a venue
Leafraker, Ronnie and the Reagans, and the story of a venue

"There were a lot of factors working against my sanity, obviously. Depressed, repressed, deep in the closet and drunk as all hell. I have to admit that it was kind of fun, but fun in the kind of way were you shouldn’t be alone."

An intimate look at Western Daughter's album release show
An intimate look at Western Daughter's album release show

“We are a displaced generation in the middle of nowhere, a flyover state, a hole in the ground. But look, somehow there is music here!”

An interview with Steven Kennedy
An interview with Steven Kennedy

"I want to write sentences like Willie Mays would catch a fly ball: hat loose on the head, casual, cool, with his glove at his hip."

Grease Gun & Finding Serenity in Doom
Child and Vine
Stories of Warmth, Charm, and Danger from Refugees
False Flags; Exposing North End Hypocrisy
Aliens Find Each Other and Make a Home in Jonny Sun's First Novel
It’s Not Immaterial: New Wave’s Struggle for Relevance Among an Evolving Audience
Mo Troper Simultaneously Pokes and Stitches Broken Hearts
My Year with Steve Industry - a review of The Autograph of Steve Industry; a novel by Ben Hersey
Welcome to hell, Bitch. New world order -- Mykki Blanco
Top 10 Restaurants in the WORLD - As Rated by Me, Someone Who Avoids Restaurants at All Costs
Dark Souls and Finding Resilience Through Loss
Ed Skoog: An Introduction
Teleclense: The Purity of Planet Earth
An interview with Erica Crockett
Other voices house show
Leafraker, Ronnie and the Reagans, and the story of a venue
An intimate look at Western Daughter's album release show
An interview with Steven Kennedy
Grease Gun & Finding Serenity in Doom

"Grease Gun’s music has the satisfying feel of cracking into a pulpy novel, playing around with images straight out of Octavia Butler and Louis L’Amour."

Child and Vine

"The sky grew dark and the child set camp, in their sleeping bag they looked to the stars finding comfort. The vine chose to let them be."

Stories of Warmth, Charm, and Danger from Refugees

"In a time where presidential policy target groups of refugees. In a month where vandalism targets Boise refugees. In this time, it is one of the many acts of fellowship: to show up face to face and see and hear who we talk about when we talk about refugees."

False Flags; Exposing North End Hypocrisy

"Queerphobia is not an opinion, it is a predisposition and a prejudice."

Aliens Find Each Other and Make a Home in Jonny Sun's First Novel

"Don’t just wade around in the shit of your mind - Instead, get a shovel and explore it."

It’s Not Immaterial: New Wave’s Struggle for Relevance Among an Evolving Audience

"Without creating a space for culturally diverse participation, a genre will become so homogenous as to wither under its own xenophobia."

Mo Troper Simultaneously Pokes and Stitches Broken Hearts

"...or you might be listening with headphones, devastated, thinking to yourself; 'Holy shit, someone is actually saying what I can't.'"

My Year with Steve Industry - a review of The Autograph of Steve Industry; a novel by Ben Hersey

"When my year of friendship with Steve Industry ended, I wasn’t upset about the times I had listened to him rambling. In fact, I missed him once he was gone." 

Welcome to hell, Bitch. New world order -- Mykki Blanco

"...[They] held the wig out in front of them as the trophy of a triumphant battle, but in this case, the victory was in capturing perfect fluidity." 

Top 10 Restaurants in the WORLD - As Rated by Me, Someone Who Avoids Restaurants at All Costs

"When we left, the hosts advised us to go directly to the chartered van because a grizzly was seen exploring the area."

Dark Souls and Finding Resilience Through Loss

"In its own small way Dark Souls has encapsulated what it feels like to experience defeat, over and over again. The stakes do not have any resonate real life implications, but the sensation is the same." 

Ed Skoog: An Introduction

"Wit is important to mention, because Ed’s poems have an effortless humor to them, which often lends a bit of levity, depending on the subject, but also disarms those readers who assume
the poem will go as expected
 –– "

Teleclense: The Purity of Planet Earth

"If you spent a little time on the internet last month there's a good chance you've seen this video, which has now pushed well around eight million views on Youtube. It's an excerpt from an episode of BBC's Planet Earth II, the sequel to arguably one of the best nature documentaries in television history."

An interview with Erica Crockett

"I like the fringe. I like taking social norms and what’s typically acceptable and playing with it. I’ve always been the type that wants to put the uncomfortable questions or uncomfortable scenarios in front of people’s faces."

Other voices house show

"If you don’t know what Monaco is, it’s a canned vodka cocktail mixed with a fizzy, fruity concoction that tastes of taurine and vitamins. It’s power is lauded in discarded legends from old worlds. Mango is the best flavor."
 

Leafraker, Ronnie and the Reagans, and the story of a venue

"There were a lot of factors working against my sanity, obviously. Depressed, repressed, deep in the closet and drunk as all hell. I have to admit that it was kind of fun, but fun in the kind of way were you shouldn’t be alone."

An intimate look at Western Daughter's album release show

“We are a displaced generation in the middle of nowhere, a flyover state, a hole in the ground. But look, somehow there is music here!”

An interview with Steven Kennedy

"I want to write sentences like Willie Mays would catch a fly ball: hat loose on the head, casual, cool, with his glove at his hip."

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