Paul Valery- 101 Poems
Andre Breton- Mad LoveGuy Debord- Society of the Spectacle
Robert Henri- The Art Spirit
Constance Hale- Sin And Syntax
James Lipton- An Exaltation of Larks
Giacomo Leopardi- Verse and Prose
W. C. Williams- Spring and All
W. H. Auden- Selected poems
The Ransom of Russia by I cant remember right now
Tour Smart by I cant remember right now, live drummer for KMFDM and NIN, its the only book on touring you should read, all others: naaah.
Silence by John Cage
Surrealist Manifesto By Andre Breton
Selected Poems by Wallace Stevens
The Importance of Staying Ice Burg by Eileen Myles
Cassette Mythos by i cant remember
The Mix Tape Culture by Thurston Moore
An Anthology of Latin American Revolutionary Poetry
Millions of grant writing books and marketing books for running your own “Record Label and Book Publisher” and also on how to be a one man band, what a pain in the anus.
my personal manifesto written by S.A. Griffin(carma bums) page 568 (read it!)(http://www.powells.com/biblio/1-9781560252276-30)
the new k records book
Jack Kerouac is like my neighbor i hang with when I am lonely
i really wish i could stick to one book only.
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this would be a good cover to a bands record or even a book
It was cleaning day today. Stuff needed dusting. Especially the piles and piles books my boyfriend owns. Came across this tatty copy of “Emma” by Jane Austen. I was about to throw it away, but then it hit me. How’s about painting a cute regency lady? With the hat, the floaty dress and the flowers. On a book page.
words. word up
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so, of course, i have scratched what was the new release of recordings. and just got done recording the new actual new one. early pink floyd? with simple moody bass lines? please send snail mail if not in portland. really, please. please. i would love to send one to anybody in either cassette or cd form. and packages always come with a little gift. i think of it as kind of an audio zine. the defualt package is a cd with recordings from tapes and an analogue effects mix(delay, feedback, treble/bass, echo) I like mail arting and old things like postage mail and cassette tapes. please? if only one! okay… thanks
ps especially people over seas.
i am of course of the more-so non digital type but of course am thankful for blogs so i can network and get my artwork out there and a lot of types of technology, i am not a radical like some others, both work beautifully actually, so i’m a digilogue? but anyways i just wanted to say that it is really rad to see that people in germany and china and brazil are reading my blog. a first for me. what a trip. and how awesome.
click click click. thanks so much. hope you enjoy. sept. issue