Ian F. Svenonius discusses his new book, Supernatural Strategies for Making a Rock ‘n’ Roll Group, a satirical instruction manual slash insightful lesson in Capitalism from the late greats. His book tour brings the new title (and perhaps a séance or floating chair) to 529 Bar in East Atlanta, Saturday, May 11th at 7:30 pm.
A revealing interview with the Young Family circus, aka Sam Pink and Kelly Schirmann, with new insights into the McDonalds conspiracy and the truth behind the sad dance-pop apocalypse––and the creative process that produced their first full-length album, King Cobra.
Which came first: a violent society, or the art which reflects it? The problem with attributing violence to videogames and the case for offering them up as a scapegoat. Also Coleridge: “In politics, what begins in fear usually ends in folly.” Because, Coleridge. Art by Danny Jock.
Fanzine recruited fellow fangirl Marisa Crawford to talk to Michelle Tea about magic, her forthcoming YA Novel Mermaid in Chelsea Creek, and a bazillion other current projects that bring queer & feminist perspectives into the conversation of What is Awesome. Call it Zeitgeist. Call it the pink elephant in the room.
Ok, so you probably skipped the Oscars to watch The Walking Dead and Girls instead, and believe you me Spreadeagle author Kevin Killian gets that. Still it’s fun to see what stars show up looking high (Renee, the Kristens anyone?). Here’s the saucy highlight reel 2013 Academy Awards wrap-up to save you from your DVR.
Every man, Jack, and soccer team in England (& some in Wales) gets a crack at the title in the oldest soccer competition in the history of the game––if anyone can figure out who’s in it. A run down of the Whys and WTFs of the FA Cup––and the greatest potential Cinderella soccer story––as play rejoins tomorrow.