pecunningham:

Shameless dirtbag, Rauan Klassnik, had the nerve to ask me why people should read Deluge this September. And then he did what he always does. Posted it on HTMLGIANT…

pecunningham:

Shameless dirtbag, Rauan Klassnik, had the nerve to ask me why people should read Deluge this September. And then he did what he always does. Posted it on HTMLGIANT

Sara Woods

Sara Woods

(Source: whatmountains)

maantamag:

Dear Maanta Mag family,

Our first week was a success! We published an arresting piece of fiction by a new writer. We posted art by Lafoole. Salma’s column, “Disownment,” debuted. We promoted Cold Specks’ new music, as well as a Canadian film about a Somali family. We learned that…

*CONTRIBUTORS TO DELUGE NO. 3 HAVE OFFICIALLY BEEN ANNOUNCED*

pecunningham:


Dear Tumblr followers, like many of you, I recently read Gavin McInnes’s repulsive Thought Catalog article titled, “Transphobia Is Perfectly Natural” and, upon my own request, I am now officially a Thought Catalog residue. I am a “Page not found" and I do not want to be. My name has been removed from all of my previous Thought Catalog articles. I do not want my name attached to an organization that would publish what was obviously pure hate speech. I considered the ways it could be justified and I came up with 0. I’m just done with that place.
 http://thoughtcatalog.com/paul-cunningham/

pecunningham:

Dear Tumblr followers, like many of you, I recently read Gavin McInnes’s repulsive Thought Catalog article titled, “Transphobia Is Perfectly Natural” and, upon my own request, I am now officially a Thought Catalog residue. I am a “Page not found" and I do not want to be. My name has been removed from all of my previous Thought Catalog articles. I do not want my name attached to an organization that would publish what was obviously pure hate speech. I considered the ways it could be justified and I came up with 0. I’m just done with that place.

http://thoughtcatalog.com/paul-cunningham/

Stonepoems by Carrie Lorig & Sara Woods

NOW AVAILABLE FROM SOLAR LUXURIANCE

SL026, edition of 50 + 10
32 pages, 8.5” x 5.5”
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Carrie Lorig is the author of the chapbook NODS. (Magic Helicopter Press) and several collaborative chapbooks, including Labor Day (Forklift, OH) with Nick Sturm and rootpoems (Radioactive Moat) with Sara Woods. A full length book, The Pulp vs. The Throne (Artifice Books) will be out in 2015.

Sara Woods is a transgender poet, artist & graphic designer living in Portland, OR. She is author of the books Sara or the Existence of Fire (Horse Less Press fall 2014) and Wolf Doctors (Artifice Books spring 2014). Find her online at moonbears.biz.

Here’s stunner poet Kim Vodicka reading for 100 Thousand Poets for Change in 2011

"Fingered in the gunshot wound. / Bore me a new one. / I can’t seem to bullet together. / One of those long legged nights, / on a gun, off again. / I get down on my needlings / and pray to god love you." Deluge No. 3 will feature the art and writing of Kim Vodicka!! And what exactly does that mean? It means this magazine cover definitely isn’t what it seems. It means this issue of Deluge might be one of our most NSFW issues ever. It means, as Kim might say, “My apocalypse are sealed.” (At least until September.)

"Fingered in the gunshot wound. / Bore me a new one. / I can’t seem to bullet together. / One of those long legged nights, / on a gun, off again. / I get down on my needlings / and pray to god love you."

Deluge No. 3 will feature the art and writing of Kim Vodicka!! And what exactly does that mean? It means this magazine cover definitely isn’t what it seems. It means this issue of Deluge might be one of our most NSFW issues ever. It means, as Kim might say, “My apocalypse are sealed.” (At least until September.)

queerembraces:

This is the end of a very memorable journey, my friends. It started with the quirky sculpture garden of Oslo, was followed up by a 12 km hike to the city’s water reservoir, then I ended up in Berlin, where I became fascinated by the urban architecture and enjoyed many a beer with unexpected visitors from North America. One of the absolute highlights was going to an island off of the coast of Gothenburg. The weather was just perfect, and the beauty was sublime. The architecture of Barcelona dazzled, especially the musical “palace” of Catalonia, where I had the pleasure of seeing a Spanish guitarist perform. And then coastal and interior Catalonia has to be one of the most picturesque places I’ve visited before. It’d be as if California was settled in the 13th. And finally, Iceland, where I saw these Richard Serra pillars rise up from the earth of an island just off the coast of Reykjavik. They mark both an end to something, but they also seem open up and orient you to a future.

"It’s on your Facebook wall, your Twitter page or connected to your HD TV. Digital art consumes you in a way you don’t realize, because it’s basically always there. Just because it doesn’t take as much effort to discover it or to coexist with it, doesn’t mean that it isn’t art."-from Thom James’s “Digital Revolution // Digital Evolution" (Zero Magazine)

"It’s on your Facebook wall, your Twitter page or connected to your HD TV. Digital art consumes you in a way you don’t realize, because it’s basically always there. Just because it doesn’t take as much effort to discover it or to coexist with it, doesn’t mean that it isn’t art."

-from Thom James’s “Digital Revolution // Digital Evolution" (Zero Magazine)