Cover by Keith Rosson
Photos by Anthony Mehlhaff
Donna Ramone and Jimmy Carter are building houses. (instagram)
Sean Carswell went up shit’s creek with a Peavey. (instagram)
Designated Dale gets diagnosed with early onset hilarity.
Jamaica Dyer stares into the abyss and sees cat’s eyes reflecting back. (website)
Reminiscence of the Years
(For Angel Almaraz)
“from ages 2 to 7
I thought my life was hell
now that I reminisce
I think my life was truly heaven
I hated when my brothers would pick on me
but I’d give anything to go back for a day
back when my family felt complete
I’d give anything for my brothers to beat on me
I’d be the happiest punching bag
From 8 to 13…”
This is part three of a three-part in memory of series for Efren Almaraz and Nipsey Hussle in collaboration with the Watts Poets and Puro Pinche Poetry.
Ben Snakepit says adieu to Beerland and the memories of an honest venue. (instagram)
Rhythm Chicken may not turn water into wine, but he can turn condiment packets and fish assholes into soup. (instagram)
Art Fuentes is a salty voter. (instagram)
Biance relearns how revitalizing a live performance can be with Alice Bag.
112 page black and white newsprint magazine with 2-color covers
Gorsky Press, 2020
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