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the Lottery Party: Swapping the Slum-Boogie

the Lottery Party: Swapping the Slum-Boogie

If real Art is not fostered for its own highest potential, but instead limited to selling products so that men in suits and ties can add to their private riches, then Art is bastardized… — Richard Caldwell

Talking with Wondrous Woman, Clydene Nee

Talking with Wondrous Woman, Clydene Nee

About this time I got a Macintosh computer, a Mac Plus, and started using MacPaint to create things on the computer. There were no color separation programs at that time but I figured out how to do spot color jobs on the MacPlus for business cards and t-shirts. — Clydene Nee

A very personal Remembrance of Bill Baker

A very personal Remembrance of Bill Baker

“…the thing that I remember most about Bill Baker was his stark, unrelenting humanity!”

The Boston Metaphysical Society

The Boston Metaphysical Society

Writers — especially writers of fiction — are often asked from where they get their ideas. People seem fascinated with how some people can look at the world and say “Why,” while writers seem to be able to look at that self-same world and say, “Why not?” Essentially, that is what lies at the core […]

The Measure of a Superhero: Ray Felix

The Measure of a Superhero: Ray Felix

“They’re holding the word ‘superhero’ hostage,” Ray Felix tells us.

A Baker’s Dozen on CCN with Bill Baker and Mark Mazz

A Baker’s Dozen on CCN with Bill Baker and Mark Mazz

1. What is CCN and what sets it apart from the rest of the of comic-centric news and opinion sites that already exist? The current slate of news sites are centered around corporate-owned Intellectual Properties and their management of those IPs, and not the blood, sweat and tears of the individuals who are pouring their […]

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