Issue 3

TL;DR: It’s Not – and You Should | Emily Miller

There is a dizzying amount of content on the internet. Although some of that content feels a little more “worthwhile” than other snippets, I will be the first to admit that I dedicated more than a few minutes of my adolescent life to watching this. It is no wonder, given…

That Heavenly Man Smell

Seize on the image of a metallic, black bird streaking across the sky, before I ask: what’re your concerns, my son? Step right up and tell them to the machine. I’ve got concerns, man, let me tell you, and when I do, I plunk them right down into this little…

Ctrl+Alt+Del

In 2003, the California Coastal Records Project was hard at work on an ambitious quest to develop a photographic archive of the entire California coastline. Their work was intended to serve as a resource for folks looking to catch a glimpse of the effects of erosion and wildfires and, in…

DEATH: an excerpt from The Book of Cannibals

Illustrations by the author, screen printed by J. Gomez On the 91st floor of World Trade Center Tower One, musician Stephen Vitiello recorded the sounds of the tower’s swaying as nearby aircraft passed, as well as the onslaught of a hurricane. The musician used contact mics adhered to the windows….

Atomic Zapruder

It’s just you and me, now. The last two punks. Desperate honeymooners on the eve of the apocalypse. The shattered glass in your hair glitters pretty (are we flirting?). Before us is a barren, sandy nothing. Leftovers from a forest of mushroom clouds that shaved so close to the surface…

Get Up, Stand Up

Paranoia. Suspicion. Mistrust. Disappointment. Helplessness. This depressing list of terms can be attributed the overall mood of American society in the 21st century in regards to the state of our digital future. It has become almost a daily routine to wake up in the morning, make a fresh cup of…

DRONE: An excerpt from The Book of Cannibals

Illustrations by the author, screen printed by J. Gomez * Section Two: DRONE; * A post-review Everywhere codes analyze, mark, restrain, train, repress, and channel the primitive sounds of language, of the body, of tools, of objects, of the relations to self and others. All music, any organization of sounds…