O número #229 da revista digital Le Scat Noir “Lost and Found“, com trabalhos de Guillaume Apollinaire, Allan Bealy, Norman Conquest, Robin Wyatt Dunn, Eckhard Gerdes, Harold Jaffe, Rick Krieger, Michael Leigh, Stephen Mead, Jason E. Rolfe, Paul Rosheim, Doug Skinner, Gertrude Stein, e Carol White, pode ser descarregado aqui.
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Yes, Virginia, Black Scat Review does DADA FORGERY. But is it anti-art?
You be the judge.
#17 is loaded with incendiary art & texts by Captain Anonymous, David Moscovich, Tristan Tzara, Anna Keeler, Christy Sheffield Sanford, Karl Waldmann, Ruth Crossman, Norman Conquest, Paulo Brito, Harry McCullagh, Michael Leigh, Gregory Autry Wallace, Eîlot Tuerie, Terri Lloyd, Doug Skinner, and Joseph Heathcott.
This is the last issue of BSR and a fitting finale it is. Don’t miss this one, folks, it’s destined to wind up a collector’s item on the ash heap of art history.
from Black Scat Books
Aqui está outro excelente número da Black Scat Review. A minha contribuição foi feita na forma de duas brincadeiras visuais.
It’s not for you – sorry.
from the matchless Black Scat Books (Double Over by Alphonse Allais; translated by Doug Skinner) – burn baby… burn!
Our three, limited edition volumes of the Anthology of Erotic Wordplay are out of print and scarce. Now the complete set has been compiled into one juicy paperback edition—Illustrated in shocking full color. This is the book collectors have been drooling for.
Discover inspired works of constrained ecstasy by Alphonse Allais, Alain Arias-Misson, Paulo Brito, Norman Conquest, Rusty Cuffs, Farewell Debut, Tom La Farge, Larry Fondation, Paul Forristal, Ryan Forsythe, Eckhard Gerdes, Harold Jaffe, Roger Leatherwood, D.S. Macpherson, Samantha Memi, Ellen Nations, Opal Louis Nations, Andy O’Clancy, Lance Olsen, Derek Pell, Shane Roeschlein, Thaddeus Rutkowski, Maria Schurr, Lucy Selleck, Kebob G. Shoon, Doug Skinner, Tara Stillions Whitehead, and Giovanni Zuniga.
It’s a veritable orgy of art, text, and Oulipian mischief.
Três em um. Excelente!
Sigam este link para a compra.
BLACK SCAT REVIEW # 15 – More Utter Nonsense foi publicada. Tem uma história minha e dois desenhos (rabiscos).
Stick your fingers in this pie and discover words and pictures by an international web of contributors: Edward Ahern, Paulo Brito, Giada Cattaneo, Norman Conquest, Charles Cros, Falconhead, Farewell Debut, Jkaki M.S. Landgrebe, Michael Leigh, Jason E. Rolfe, Mercie Pedro e Silva, Doug Skinner, and Carla M. Wilson.
This full color, perfect-bound paperback is packed with 78 pages of 100% pure, unadulterated utter nonsense as you’ve never seen before.
Mais informações podem e devem ser obtidas aqui.
I just finished reading Horoscrapes by Doug Skinner, published by Black Scat Books. So I am wondering…
… and a cat has nine lives, just saying.
BLACK SCAT REVIEW # 13 – The Superstition issue; neste número especial está incluída uma história minha: “porquê sr. matias?”
This issue features work by Paulo Brito, Eckhard Gerdes, Harold Jaffe, Soren James, Rick Krieger, Terri Lloyd, Monika Mori, Alice Pulaski, Frank Pulaski, Doug Skinner, Mylene Viger, Dominic Ward, and Carla M. Wilson.
What is the truth behind the “Unknown Adjective”? Will Walter and Benny find the elusive batworm? What really goes on out in “Cowboy Country”? And can Dr. Docket find a cure for all that ails Mr. Pert? You’ll discover the answers to these and other burning questions in this profusely illustrated collection of comics and picture stories from the brilliant (albeit peculiar) mind of Doug Skinner. Take a look inside and see for yourself. Your daily dilemmas will soon seem inconsequential, and the laughter you hear may turn out to be your own.
The Unknown Adjective and Other Stories by Doug Skinner é uma leitura muito divertida; com tudo aquilo e muito mais.