Multi-disciplinary artists Bonnie Jones and Stephanie Barber (whose book and DVD, these here separated, was published in 2008) have invented an interesting new way to present improvised literature. They’ll be performing it for twelve (yes, 12) hours at the Reverse … Continue reading
On Friday I went to an outdoor screening of Apocalypse, a tour documentary about Bill Callahan. After the movie, Callahan played a few songs. Here’s an excerpt of one of them that I shot on my iPhone. Sorry it cuts … Continue reading
Alex Ventura organized and hosted a great, weird, exciting reading and performance last night. It was outside, but it wasn’t just outside—he’d gathered everyone to a flat traffic circle in the middle of Baltimore’s Charles Village neighborhood. The traffic circle … Continue reading
This is one of my first favorite songs. … Continue reading
And there’s this, or there was, in 1985. I probably didn’t fully love it until about 1989 though. When I wake up early, like today when I woke up at 5:45, it gets stuck in my head.
Sporty dudes! Beware of insane video special fx at 2:25.
Here is a feature-length video of one of indie lit’s greatest champions reading Matthew Simmons’s wonderful novella, A Jello Horse. Thanks Jackson! … Continue reading