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When I was younger I loved pancakes. Excuse me, I loved MAPLE SYRUP. Pancakes were a way to get as much maple syrup on my plate, my hands, and my face.

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Book Review: THE MOLD FARMER by Rick Claypool

By Jay Slayton-Joslin Rick Claypool’s The Mold Farmer is a novella that follows the life of a man named Thorner as he takes care of his family and campmates, despite how little the world wants him to. At its heart, it’s a story about the lengths to which one will go to provide for their […]

Convulsive Beauty: The Subversive Perversions of Hans Bellmer

By Daulton Dickey In the early- and mid-20th century, Surrealism encompassed a variety of media, themes, and artists, many of whom subsequently found a place in the Modern Art canon. Some artists, such as Dalí and Magritte, burned imagery into our collective consciousness. Melting clocks and apples obscuring faces represent the kind of imagery surrealists […]

Mumbo Jumbo at the Movies: Mister Lonely

You Can Live Forever By KKUURRTT and Tex Gresham Harmony Korine’s Mister Lonely stars Diego Luna as a Michael Jackson impersonator who, one afternoon, meets Marilyn Monroe (played Samantha Morton) while performing at a Parisian old folk’s home. Marilyn invites Michael to come live with her as part of an off-the-grid commune in the Scottish […]

Book Review: SABBATH OF THE FOXDEVILS by Sam Richard

By Ben Walker Instantly conjuring images of weird magick thanks to its evocative title, Sam Richard’s first novella features a wicked plot involving awakening desires, Saturday morning cartoons and the power of secret knowledge. The first chapter evokes soul-crushing despair early on, as we hear the prayers of a soul apparently desperate for repentance. In […]


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