[This review of OVO 20 JUVEN(a/i)LIA is reprinted with permission from Good Reads.] I started mail networking in the fall of 1978 when I was 25. I’d gotten a list of names & addresses from my friend Cathy Gayhardt wch I later realized had been at least partially provided to her by “Blaster” Al Ackerman. [...]
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OVO 20 JUVEN(a/i)LIA 112 pages, 8.5 x 11, $10.00 The best of OVO 1987 – 2011. Walter Alter, Dmitry Babenko, Hakim Bey, Trevor Blake, Johnny Brainwash, Chris C. Cilla, Cunnichant Night Owl, Mike Diana, Yael Ruth Dragwyla, James Ellis, Karen Elliot, Feral Faun, Klint Finley, Richard Ford, Chris Gross, Mike Gunderloy, Ginger Hutton, Ian MacEwan, [...]
This article by Michael Byrne uses (with my consent) a photograph I took in July 2009 regarding a home-made swamp cooler I blogged about in August 2009.
Aristotle held with Plato that we possess a faculty, intellectual intuition, by which we can visualize essences and find out which definition is the correct one, and many modern essentialists have repeated this doctrine. Other philosophers, following Kant, maintain that we do not possess anything of the sort. My opinion is that we can readily [...]
Trevor Blake: Orrery. Cardboard, glue, string, tape. 13 November 2010.