by Zack Kopp In Denver, every few plates of sidewalk is stamped with the name of its manufacturer: N.J. Clawood, Inc., RF Bex-Thel And Co., Super Granite Claw Paving, Ambassador Concrete (not their real names), on and on like that. Whole neighborhoods are often the domain of a sole paver, while others are crazy-quilts of […]
Wendy Means is an Outsider Artist who if asked to label her style, would call it Metarealism. She is a drop out of both The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Columbia College Chicago. Realizing there was nothing left to lose this disabled single mother began her art career in 2018 under the […]
Rain Taxi interview HERE.
by Zack Kopp, originally published in Glowjob Joey Buster was a tramp based in Denver. He spent one hour a day from noon to one outside McDonald’s at the outdoor mall downtown, smiling sweetly at the people flowing past in suits and skirts and accepting whatever they threw in his outstretched ballcap. He just kept […]
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In this episode, a panel of three interested inquisitors converse with an energy group from the Pleiades, as channeled by Intuitive Art author Rachel Archelaus. CLICK HERE.
Includes commentary from Ken Babbs and Lee Quarnstrom Paul Krassner, who died in August or was it July of 2019, was the first writer from the prior generation to say yes when I started soliciting interviews as a zinester in the early 2000s. Paul’s informal journal, The Realist, was the first modern zine. I read […]
This is a few years old. Link to article at It’s Psychedelic Baby HERE.
Link to Westword article by Teague Bohlen HERE.
I read Zechariah Sitchin’s The Stairway to Heaven as a teenager and became convinced beyond doubt of the presence of extraterrestrials on Earth in ancient times. This was a long time before Ancient Aliens. Around the same time, I saw a mysterious light in the sky and thought, “Well, if it goes out, then it’s […]