Monthly Archives: February 2012

Photography : Julie Thi Underhill

Born in the United States in 1976, Julie Thi Underhill began to photograph in 1994. Influenced by her aesthetics as a painter and by her preference to remain unobtrusive, she uses only existing light for her portraits and landscapes. For … Continue reading

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Teenage Wasteland

Today I’m listening to Augustine on Librivox, with the music below, by Stuart Dempster and Pauline Oliveros, coming out of the same set of speakers. It’s actually quite a powerful experience. If you haven’t yet purchased the book, or even … Continue reading

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Now UNperturbed – The Joshua Payne Orchestra

The Joshua Payne Orchestra featuring: Dan Thomas: Drums Ron Harrell: Bass • “Zoom” “300” “Miami” http://www.joshuapayneorchestra.com

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Now Unheimlich – Totem & Taboo

• Totem & Taboo • ~ “Eau-de-Vie” “Partners” “Urbanomad” Camden Chamberlain – Vocals, Keyboards, Bass, Wizardry Van Christensen – Drums and Drums Brian Kubarycz – Guitars, Words, Images Kellie Penman – Vocals eau-de-vie here where it tuck in dark dungarees … Continue reading

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Preview of Unsaid Six: People on My Breath, by Rick Poinsett

JOHN They lied? They lied? Okay. Do you know what a lie is? Do you know what a lie does to the social fabric of La Rez? A lie limbers one’s manhood, puts one in the Mahmood for love with … Continue reading

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Unsaidquarters – The Golden Hour

We knew for long the mansion’s look And what we said of it became A part of what it is . . . Children, Still weaving budded aureoles, Will speak our speech and never know, Will say of the mansion … Continue reading

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Preview of Unsaid Six: Of a Girl, a Boy, a Boy, and a River – by Jordaan Mason

A RIVER A girl and a boy and a boy and a river. All speaking the same language, congruently, but forgetting how to return the favour. A girl standing in the river trying to swim it and tame it. A … Continue reading

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