Just a reminder that Meow Wolf Publishing is holding public discussions on William Wordsworth's The Prelude (1805 edition). These meetings are every other Monday at 6:30 p.m. in the Plaza Galeria in Santa Fe, NM (on the Plaza next to Subway). This coming Monday (9/10) we'll discuss books 4-6 of The Prelude. Please joins us.
These are the only known records of the man who was Alec Iverson.
In the tradition of Brett Easton Ellis and Mark Leyner, Vince Kadlubek presents a biting little tale saturated with pop culture and savage satire. Drawing together a cast of farmers, CEOs, and possibly domestic terrorists, "Harvesting Potatoes" is bitter and engaging.
From the text:
"Okay, I thought of a joke...it goes...What has changed with my dad and I's relationship since I was a kid? Nothing, I still don't know where he is! Ha!"
As a culture we are firmly rooted in 'becoming'. What does this mean? It means we constantly slough our skins, always leaving behind and lurching forward. We are like the snail that leaves itself behind wherever it pushes forward. Becoming is a painful and sometimes sleepless experience; if we spread out we dilute, if we rein in we lose our breadth, if we get too comfortable we are liable to get bedsores (how do you want to apply these metaphors?).
A walkthrough of Central Park that expands into all directions of time and possibility.
Cover Design and Photo : Winston Riley
An updated version of the heroic. The poem stars Unct a somewhat pathetic "knight" who quests after the unknowable.
cover design & photo : Winston Riley
An experimental Choose-Your-Own-Adventure. Socks will presumably be knocked off.
The story of a young boy and his relationship with his deadbeat uncle.
Cover Design & Photo : Winston Riley