Thursday, June 28, 2012

Weyward Sisters

Weyward Sisters. 2011, acrylic on acid-free card, 4"x6". Part of the Postcard series.

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

M U too!

Stewart Home comes in spurts!

Another interview about Memphis Underground? We all know MU is a fictional book which is itself a work of fiction. Or work of autobiography. (Same difference.) Anyway, I read somewhere on Teh Interweb that this interview is actually a mashup of Hello magazine and The New York Times Book Review with some philosophical bits from AVN thrown in. I don’t believe everything I read, as I only read things I believe. 

Response to Love Comes in Spurts by Mr. Trippy. Post on March 14, 2012.

Sunday, June 24, 2012

Cyber Me

That was not “Amy Hastings!” That was me! You see, I’ve been fishing (phishing?) around these old erotic photos of some seniors, a ventriloquist doll and myself for quite a while. No luck, until I realized that the punters weren’t interested in me, at least as an initial point of contact, so I came up with this “Amy” persona and Bob’s your uncle. You were the first to respond to my email and I got so flustered, I just couldn’t type straight.

To answer your questions: 1) No. The photos do not feature anyone under the age of 21 (including the doll). However, there are several over 65. 2) No, the photos do not contain anything illegal.  Ill-advised, perhaps even ill-prepared, maybe.

I apologize for the confusion.

Comment response to Cyber Sex with a Bot Girl by Mr. Trippy. Post march 8, 2012.

Saturday, June 23, 2012

Orpah Book Club summer selection

It’s been a few years but Orpah is back with another selection for the ever popular Orpah’s Book Club. Orpah knows everyone will be relieved to have some intellectual direction in their lives again. The new selection is Parasite Vol. 1 Parasite Lost by D.M. Mitchell.

“This is a very interesting biography from Mr. Mitchell. As someone who is active in all media, I am very well acquainted with the blending of fictional narratives (from TV, movies, etc.) with my every day reality. I am not a proponent of consensual reality. I don’t give consent for people to come into my reality; that’s a privilege they need to pay for.” – Orpah

More at the Orpah Book Club

Friday, June 22, 2012

This one is a 2-fer

This interview is too long! Very un-Web 2.0. Our attention spans cannot last beyond a few quick lines at best. That said, I appreciate the mentions of Clarence Cooper and Ann Quin (two underrated/forgotten writers) as well as Kung Fu vs. Yoga. Anyway, I thought somebody else wrote Memphis Underground.

Also, my top Cronenberg movies would probably be:
Dead Ringers

Comment response to Stewart Home Gives You Better Orgasms! An Interview With Playground and A Dangerous Method. Posted Feb 25 and Feb 23 2012, respectively.

Thursday, June 21, 2012

But I did read it

Summaries are what blogging is all about! The replacement of content with something empty that resembles content. Toot toot! Number one is a good place to start and certainly true; I see things after a good cuppa. However, my personal favorite is number 8 as I've been uncreative for years!

Comment response to "You Didn’t Read It Here" by Mr. Trippy. Posted Feb 18.

Sunday, June 17, 2012


This instant blog approach is breaking the way for Web 3.0 - No content at all!

Comment response to "Instant Blogs" by Mr.Trippy. Posted Feb 5, 2012.

Saturday, June 16, 2012

Never too late to comment

Due to a busy schedule, I’ve been behind reading some of my favorite blogs. As I was catching up on Stewart Home’s blog, I noticed that the comment section had been closed, so I could not leave my usual stupid, meaningless message on the board. I decided that I would write the comments here on the blog instead. Here we go.

My favorite is Jacques Rigault, although I am disappointed that he did not make the list. This is tempered with the inclusion of Arthur Craven, every hipster’s favorite “suicide.”  Also, I am glad to see that Ann Quin made the list. You do not see many women making it onto top ten lists and her inclusion is truly admirable.  

(comment on Mr. Trippy's post 10 Greatest Anti-Art Suicides (Before Mike Kelly), from Feb 2, 2012.