Earlier this year, I wrote to a magazine that I like to pitch an article about Lydia Tomkiw, post-punk absudist poet and singer for the band Algebra Suicide. I had done some writing and research for the piece, but hadn’t got too far.
We are overly critical of our bodies. We need to be proactive in changing this, not only for ourselves but for everyone around us.
Seep into a psychedelic coming-of-age story, familiar by way of solo bike rides, crying next to graffiti and getting laid under portraits of the Virgin Mary.
Mette Norrie is a visual artist and illustrator from Copenhagen, Denmark who received an MFA from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 2011.
For the past twelve years, animator Lev Yilmaz has been writing and directing static animated shorts.
These strike me as the only two options. There is always the third, remote possibility that Tom Hanks does not know who I am and thus is indifferent to me and that God is a human construct whom is therefore also incapable of holding strong feelings about my existence… but this seems farfetched.
It goes without saying that our capitalist-money hungry-debt factory of an education system is enraging to me and anyone else who wasn’t born in a mansion or birthed from a golden vagina.
If you haven’t noticed by now, we’re under hiatus while the first print issue of RASCAL is (finally!) in the final stages of printing.