Some time ago, I began a book journal. When I first began I decided to keep a book of my own impressions and favorite quotations from whatever I was reading, my intial entries, which really included little more than vague musings, fell short of what I had set out to do. But at least it's a start.
Poppy Brite's collection of 20 erotic stories explores the attraction vampires hold for us—and their repulsion as well.
New Yorker regular Jack Ziegler's new collection of food cartoons, How's the Squid?, is some tasty ink indeed.
Ever wonder why the dollar is falling like a rock? Global economy based on long distance trade is leading to catastrophe.
Vanity post. My sincere apologies.
The good news: Skinny Puppy are back. The bad news: They still think it's 1991.
With George and John from The Beatles gone, I didn't think it was possible to still see The Beatles live but The Fab Four is the closest thing to going back in a time machine and seeing the famous boys from Liverpool.
Mermaid Avenue vs. Mermaid Avenue
Anthony Wellington, Victor Wooten's backup bassist, will be playing a solo gig at BassQuake this year.
While the media plays up the CBS story like it was a Tsunami of Unethical Liberal Media Bias, they're ignoring the bigger story
Al Barger is excited about the new season of 24
Friends of gay and lesbian couples treasure the unique friendship and dynamics of discovering how to hold on to relationships.
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for January 11, 2005
Forget the darkness of real life, if only for a bit. Bask in the brightness of wonderful artistic thrills to come instead.