artificialear:

OMNE IGNOTUM PRO MAGNIFICO. Every unknown thing [is taken] for great.
"In my present weak state of both mind and body, I should infallibly lose my way if I attempted it, and perish miserably amid the dismal and disgusting labyrinths of the hold. I proceeded, therefore, without hesitation, to summon up all of my remaining strength and fortitude, and endeavor, as I best might, to clamber over the crate." Edgar Allen Poe, The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket
OMNE IGNOTUM PRO MAGNIFICO. Inclinations towards the terror of violence, and its negative blossoming on the body. How deceit is configured as the essential probe for anticipating fear and how we absorb or fight it. Break down now.
Antibody Corporation (Adam Rose) is a non-profit organization specializing in mind/body integration. Founded in 2009, Antibody has collaborated with over 30 artists to date in creating a body of interdisciplinary works spanning dance, performance art, film, video, and music. Antibody Corporation believes the future is physical, and engages in physical work to ensure an embodied tomorrow.
Sean Kilpatrick is published in Bomb, Boston Review, Fence, Columbia Poetry Review, The Volta: Medium, and New York Tyrant. His books are fuckscapes (Blue Square Press), Anatomy Courses (with Blake Butler, Lazy Fascist Press) and Gil the Nihilist: a Sitcom (LFP).
Cassandra Troyan is an artist and writer who is has exhibited, performed, and screened her work internationally. She is the author of THRONE OF BLOOD (Solar Luxuriance) and BLACKEN ME BLACKEN ME, GROWLED (Tiny Hardcore Press) forthcoming in winter 2013.
Drawing by: Matt Kish - A NEW DRAWING BY MATT KISH, ILLUSTRATOR OF THE DESERT PLACES AND HEART OF DARKNESS, WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE $15 ALONG WITH COPIES OF THE DESERT PLACES
Poster design by: Mike Kitchell of Impossible Void and Solar▲Luxuriance

artificialear:

OMNE IGNOTUM PRO MAGNIFICO. Every unknown thing [is taken] for great.

"In my present weak state of both mind and body, I should infallibly lose my way if I attempted it, and perish miserably amid the dismal and disgusting labyrinths of the hold. I proceeded, therefore, without hesitation, to summon up all of my remaining strength and fortitude, and endeavor, as I best might, to clamber over the crate."
Edgar Allen Poe, The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket

OMNE IGNOTUM PRO MAGNIFICO. Inclinations towards the terror of violence, and its negative blossoming on the body. How deceit is configured as the essential probe for anticipating fear and how we absorb or fight it. Break down now.

Antibody Corporation (Adam Rose) is a non-profit organization specializing in mind/body integration. Founded in 2009, Antibody has collaborated with over 30 artists to date in creating a body of interdisciplinary works spanning dance, performance art, film, video, and music. Antibody Corporation believes the future is physical, and engages in physical work to ensure an embodied tomorrow.

Sean Kilpatrick is published in Bomb, Boston Review, Fence, Columbia Poetry Review, The Volta: Medium, and New York Tyrant. His books are fuckscapes (Blue Square Press), Anatomy Courses (with Blake Butler, Lazy Fascist Press) and Gil the Nihilist: a Sitcom (LFP).

Cassandra Troyan is an artist and writer who is has exhibited, performed, and screened her work internationally. She is the author of THRONE OF BLOOD (Solar Luxuriance) and BLACKEN ME BLACKEN ME, GROWLED (Tiny Hardcore Press) forthcoming in winter 2013.

Drawing by: Matt Kish - A NEW DRAWING BY MATT KISH, ILLUSTRATOR OF THE DESERT PLACES AND HEART OF DARKNESS, WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE $15 ALONG WITH COPIES OF THE DESERT PLACES

Poster design by: Mike Kitchell of Impossible Void and Solar▲Luxuriance

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whatmountains:

A LEMUR IS A SORT OF FURRY POEM YOU HAVE READ TO YOU BY ATREE. COME TO UNCHARTED BOOKS ON SUNDAY AND YOU CAN SEECarrie Lorig AND Sean Lovelace AND Peter Jurmu AND Sophie Grimes AND Caroline Picard AND Jac JemcWITH LEMURS COMING OUT OF THEIR MOUTHS THAT THEN FIND THEWAYS UP YOUR SLEEVES AND INTO YOUR EARS. THESE LEMURS ARE EVERYWHERE NOW. THESE POEMSARE EVERYWHERE. WE ARE GOINGTO COLLECT THEM IN A BOOKSTORE AND POKE AIR HOLES.
Sunday, June 16th. 7pm. Uncharted books. Logan Square. Chicago, IL.

whatmountains:

A LEMUR IS A SORT OF FURRY PO
EM YOU HAVE READ TO YOU BY A
TREE. COME TO UNCHARTED BOO
KS ON SUNDAY AND YOU CAN SEE

Carrie Lorig AND 
Sean Lovelace AND 
Peter Jurmu AND 
Sophie Grimes AND 
Caroline Picard AND 
Jac Jemc

WITH LEMURS COMING OUT OF TH
EIR MOUTHS THAT THEN FIND THE
WAYS UP YOUR SLEEVES AND INTO 
YOUR EARS. THESE LEMURS ARE E
VERYWHERE NOW. THESE POEMS
ARE EVERYWHERE. WE ARE GOING
TO COLLECT THEM IN A BOOKSTOR
E AND POKE AIR HOLES.

Sunday, June 16th. 7pm. Uncharted books. Logan Square. Chicago, IL.

(Source: saramountain)

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Alice Blue Sixteen

My story “Beatitudes” is in Alice Blue Sixteen here here here. Also in Sixteen are a pair of tables by Brandi Wells, poems by Valerie Witte, more prose by Rich Ives, Greg Mulcahy, more poems by Albert Abonado and Cat Jones—just read the whole issue. You’ll be better off.

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YOU’D BETTER NOT CHEAT ON ME

Short interview with the unstoppable Mike Young on the Redivider website.

I was up until 5 this morning playing this game

because I’m nearing the end of writing a thing and a demon bride climbing a block tower to murder you with a cake knife is what the thesis process tries to approximate.

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"When you think about it, on one day in Prague, on a street corner, you could’ve had Schulz coming down on one side of the street, Walser coming down on the other, and Kafka already standing there. And of course they would just pass insignificantly. Imagine if somebody had caught them on camera. Slightly out of focus since that person would’ve been photographing something else, like the Clock." - Brothers Quay

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an endless sequence of banalities

Herzog’s profile in GQ. Process is dull and public elaborations on personal approaches sound so stupid that they’re almost panic-inducing (see interviews where the interviewer asks straight out what someone’s creative process entails and the subject either squirms away or gets off). But both Chris Heath and Herzog know how to handle firebombs:

When you look at other filmmakers, do you think they are engaged in something that—

He interrupts me. “Always, always the same. And you can straightaway, when you see films on filmmakers—they’re always, always embarrassing. Including me. I cannot elude that embarrassment, either. I do not feel it as deeply as others should feel who have an ego problem and play the king on the hill, the genius behind the camera. That’s an additional embarrassment. But when you look at movies made about filmmakers, they are without exception embarrassments.”

I suppose the counterargument should be something about this glorious role as a grand storyteller, the spinner of illusions.

"There is nothing glorious about making a film. It is an endless sequence of banalities."

With a magical goal?

"Yes. But shooting a film itself is nothing but banalities. [Then, as though reluctantly, he continues.] However, there’s very rare moments where I get the feeling sometimes I’m like the little girl in the fairy tale who steps out into the night, in the stars, and she holds her apron open, and the stars are raining into her apron. Those moments I have seen and I have had. But they are very rare."

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