Monthly Archives: June, 2016


(L) Cliff Martinez and (R) Nicolas Winding Refn, Hotel San Jose, Austin Texas Is Nicolas Winding Refn’s NEON DEMON a singular condemnation of the fashion industry? No, it’s a thought-provoking condemnation of something even deeper, that thing that feeds the fashion industry. Our cultural norms have become twisted askew, and it’s beautifully pointed out in

IN MEMORIAM Bill Berkson, who passed away of a heart attack June 16th,  is the author of some twenty collections and pamphlets of poetry—including most recently Portrait and Dream: New & Selected Poems and Expect Delays, both from Coffee House Press.  He was a beloved teacher and art critic.  In the 1960s, he was a regular
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