[image via Fishbowl NY] I was absolutely devastated in 2007 when I found out that Weekly World News was closing up shop. Though it’s not quite the same, there is a bit of respite to be found in the fact that archives can now be found online. Also, despite the fact that the periodical is […]Read more "The World’s Most Reliable News Source: Archived Weekly World News"
Susie Bright talks to Peggy Munson about her short story “Fairgrounds,” sex and disability, amputee fetishists, and the curious tradition of bundling. Boing BoingRead more "A Short Dialog: Disabilities and Sex"
Super Cholita is the manga inspired, South American female Robin Hood — except that she steals potatoes, rather than money. Apparently Supercholi has been getting some press lately and is making the rounds worldwide. I haven’t gotten my hands on a copy, but I’ll be keeping an eye out for one. This is just one […]Read more "Robin Hood for Non-Gringos: Super Cholita"
Here are a couple I’ve gotten my hands on recently… Tales of Woodsman Pete: by Lilli Carre Much like tales of lumberjacks and other he-men from my childhood, this collection of short vignettes is sparse on plot, yet still poignant. Lilli Carre follows the simple backwoods lives of both Woodsman Pete and Paul Bunyan as […]Read more "Graphic Novel Giganta-Review"