The 5th TRANSMISSION chapbook, Michael Koshkin's Orgy in the Beef Closet, is now available. This book would make a perfect party favor at company parties, mixers, and ice cream socials. Orgy in the Beef Closet, is printed in an initial run of 150 copies, and is about 20 pages long, letterhalf in size, and staple-bound. This chap is printed on ivory linen paper, with an 80lb, vellum coverstock.
You can purchase Michael Koshkin's Orgy in the Beef Closet by making out a check to Logan Ryan Smith for $3.50 and sending it to:
Logan Ryan Smith 711 Leavenworth St., #35 San Francisco, CA 94109
i'm really sick of everyone e-typing like they're from the hood (or at least hip hop)...
i'm guilty of it too, and i think it's boring, and i want to stop...
"yo" as in "see you there tonight, yo"
any reference to Hyphy is played out and should go away...
such ironic throwbacks as
need to be flushed down the toilet
...i'm not sure when it started but it seems like every acoustic singer/songwriter has covered a gangster rap song...and it's just not funny anymore and should stop as soon as possible...
artists i'm really sick of
Mickey Avalon Lily Allen Amy Winehouse Mac Dre most "DJ's" Le Tigre all Southern rap (which has contributed more to the promotion of racial stereotypes than David Duke by reducing rap to a thugged out version of a Stepin Fetchit minstral show (Chicken Dance anyone, WTF?))
flat billed baseball caps bug the hell out of me but they look so nice i'll probably end up buying one
The Islands (Nightboat Books), "now, 1/3" and thepoem (BlazeVOX Books) Chinese Notebook (Ugly Duckling Presse)
Maribor (The Post-Apollo Press)
Rude Girl (BlazeVOX Books)
Rave On! (Lew Gallery)
Gary Gygax (Cy Gist Press)
Rude Girl (Duration Press)
The Moveable Ones (Transmission Press)
Benthos (Silas Press). Lives in Oakland. Works for Small Press Distribution.