Author Archives: KMZ

A Team Of Sea Horses In A Sea Of Coal Do Battle With Wasps Over The Body Of A Moth Before A Lead Sky (Cetus–Andromeda–Perseus)

A Team Of Sea Horses In A Sea Of Coal Do Battle With Wasps Over The Body Of A Moth Before A Lead Sky Continue reading

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A.M.

A.M., a new opera from Adrian Hornsby, premieres in Den Bosch Continue reading

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Bicycle Harvest

More madcap fun on the Left Coast of America. Wheeled Migration is organizing a costumed bike tour. Egad. And some of us sit here amid towering heaps of rotten garbage in the name of socialism. Learn more at www.wheeledmigration.org.

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A Bookseller In The City

A Bookseller In The City is Karen Lillis’ account for Undie Press of her years (1997-2005) as a bookstore clerk at St Mark’s Bookshop in New York, one of the most intellectually-driven and frankly best independent bookstores in the world. … Continue reading

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Nook

Tim Vincent Smith’s nook reinvents driftwood, pianos, and other people’s fathers. Continue reading

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Paravion Press

The miracle island bookshop Atlantis Books launches in-house publishing with Paravion Press. Continue reading

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Shadows

Shadows – a Mik Kuhman live movement art installation – opens October 1 in the vacant windows of the Old Variety Store on Vashon Island.

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Roger’s Pass

Colin Askey premiere’s his debut film, Roger’s Pass. Continue reading

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Karen Lillis founds Small Press Pittsburg

Karen Lillis read with us in Paris from her novel EyeScorpion, and hooked us up in New York with the legendary St. Mark’s Bookstore. She’s now in Pittsburg, where she has hooked up all the small presses, independent bookstores, and … Continue reading

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Dissent

Dissent is a most beautiful thing; Jeremy Mercer explains in his latest essay for Ode Magazine. Continue reading

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