Sitting in a hospital bed with nothing to do but draw, Michael Kreiser was a creation machine. Even before a surprise hip replacement left him sedentary, he committed to creating at least one piece a day after coming home from his day job. Kreiser was thinking about Kendrick Lamar’s album Damn. It was here, in a moment of post-operation inspiration, that he hit upon his big idea.
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Sasha left the adult industry to pursue several other projects. Releasing a photography book entitled “Neu Sex”. A photo collection of a special kind of intimacy that has previously been unseen with Sasha’s fans. This form of intimacy is not so much sexual but based on real-life interactions through photography.
This week’s Broke-Ass Poet is Barbara Berman, author of The Generosity of Stars (Finishing Line Press, 2008) and Currents (Three Mile Harbor Press, 2018). STOCKTON, CA. For Geraldine Law Lee. When planes buzzed during 1950s air shows she recalled wartime bombing and froze. She wanted her kids to feel safe, to
A Woman In Her Room A woman in her room feels sometimes that she lives on the back of the world, as if, while studying a tapestry, she found she had been gazing at its rough reverse. On Rossetti’s ‘Blue Silk Dress’ Jane Burden, famous for your face and illustrious
Rolling Would Be More Fun If Not For Modern Torture By Darci Flatley I wanted to be abducted so badly—pulled into a bright-blue chandelier that looked like a collection of sea glass, and left to float within, running my fingers through individual gems to hear them clink and chime. The
We like poetry (we swear) and we’re making space for it, too. Today’s Broke-Ass poet is local author and “busy, somewhat overfed crepuscular passerine,” Curt Hopkins. III. The paranoid dead From the broken soil spirits whisper, Goth and Magothy are the kings of the Unclean Nations. The dead are the
Written By: Ryker Rose Social media is something I grew up with and wish I hadn’t. The internet went from AOL floppy discs to a ubiquitous force dictating our everyday lives. My experience online is one that is far too common for young girls on the internet. I was sexualized