Saturday, November 6, 2010

Kristina Feldhammer

Bill's Haiku

Yes is the wrong word
Ever circling the abyss
I won't sleep tonight


Ali Stephens

New York

Meghan Collison

First Lines: Paul Auster - City of Glass

It was a wrong number that started it, the telephone ringing three times in the dead of night, and the voice on the other end asking for someone he was not.

Megan Hind

New Stuff: Smegma

And the new album arrived today!

Kenza Fourati

New Stuff: The Glass Key

It's an adaptation of one my favourite novels and it's got Veronica Lake in it!

Who's That Girl?

Illustrator: Joann Sfar


Grace Gao

ph: Mei Yuan Gui

From my vaults: Syd Barrett


Anne Tilhonen

New York

(photo by me)

Yesenia Usova

William S. Burroughs: The Cat Inside

  Fletch, the brat cat, the boy cat who paws down tapestries. He just now jumped up on the table where I was reading. Then, irritated by cigarette smoke from the ashtray, he jumped against a chair where I had draped my coat, and knocked the chair over. It was quite deliberate. The lovable little demon cat. And so sad in his limitations, his dependence, his pathetic little histrionic gestures.
  The thought of anyone mistreating him! He has been mistreated so many times over the centuries, my little black Fletch with his glistening coat and his amber eyes. The way he will suddenly rush into the room while I am lying down in laziness and disinclination to get on with the endless salt mines of The Western Lands. Jump on my chest and snuggle against me and put his paws up to my face. Other times his eyes are all black pupil, as sure an indication of "Watch out!" as a horse with its ears laid back. Then he will bite and scratch.

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Kangana Dutta

The Movies I Watched in October

Below (2002)  5
Fear (1996)  5
Frankenfish (2004) (TV)  5
Fried Green Tomatoes (1991)  6
Les Belles de nuit (1952)  6
Man's Favorite Sport? (1964)  7

Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005)  6
Only the Lonely (1991)  6
Premature Burial (1962)  6
Super Size Me (2004)  6
Tales of Terror (1962)  7

The Battle of Britain (1943)  6
The Life and Death of Peter Sellers (2004)  6
The Village (2004)  6
The Woman in White (1948)  6
The X Files: I Want to Believe (2008)  6
Unbreakable (2000)  6
Written on the Wind (1956)  7

Year of the Dragon (1985)  6

Jehane Paris

New Stuff: John Cage

This is an amzing tribute album to John Cage's work, just look at the list of names.

Who's That Girl?

Illustrator: Tadahiro Uesugi

Find more at:

Ilona Kuodiene

ph: Luciana Val & Franco Musso

From my vaults: Candy Barr


Caroline Brasch Nielsen

ph: Blaise Reutersward

Bill's Haiku

You're dreaming of him
On a rainy day in the woods
It doesn't ever matter


Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Mayara Rubik Marchi

Kate Moss irrégulière

Megan McNierney

ph: Nagi Sakai

New Stuff: John Cage

I just had to get this album with 9 versions of 4'33'' by such artists as Keith Rowe, Voice Crack, Thurston Moore and others.

Theres Alexandersson

New Stuff: Nurse With Wound

Another edition to my NWW collection!

Iris Egbers

New York

Natasha Poly

Premature Burial (1962)

An artist grows distant from his new wife as an irrational horror of premature burial consumes him.

Tasteful Poe adaptation, which is entertaining, but has its lengths.

Lily Aldridge

Tales of Terror (1962)

Three tales of terror involve a grieving widower and the daughter he abandoned; a drunkard and his wife's black cat; and a hypnotist who prolongs the moment of a man's death.

Wonderfully told stories full of tasteful horror and some great humor.

Kim Jaspers

First Lines: Thomas Pynchon - The Crying of Lot 49

One summer afternoon Mrs. Oedipa Maas came home from a Tupperware party whose hostess had put perhaps too much kirsch in the fondue to find that she, Oedipa, had been named executor, or she supposed executrix, of the estate of one Pierce Inverarity, a California real estate mogul who had once lost two million dollars in his spare time but still had assets numerous and tangled enough to make the job of sorting it all out more than honorary.

Inni Kozak

The Village (2004)

The population of a small, isolated countryside village believe that their alliance with the mysterious creatures that inhabit the forest around them is coming to an end.

Unusual and effective period mystery with a great plot twist.