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WHEN PEOPLE DIE

  • Thomas Moore

In his first book of poems in four years, “When People Die” finds Thomas Moore sharpening his distinctive voice to present a piercing collection of damaged and hyperemotional texts. Structured into three distinct sections, the reader is able to see the shape of the poems change as the form is pulled, tightened and then released into new shapes, with sex, death, paranoia and confusion warped into increasingly sparse and fragile sculptures.

100 page book, paperback, printed on pink paper.

AVAILABLE FEBRUARY 23, 2018

THE GONERS - 2nd EDITION

  • Mark Gluth

After a sold out first run, "The Goners" returns in a brand new edition, expanded with additional images.

"The Goners" is a suite of interconnected stories about death and loss. Written in his characteristically succinct yet vivid style, Mark Gluth presents a series of meticulously crafted disappearing acts, where characters morph, stumble and bear the unbearable. The narratives mirror each other, as motifs ebb, flow and cycle. Moody, evocative and compressed with emotion, "The Goners" shuffles across a limited landscape, a narrow and dark stripe stretched across a darker and wider world.

AVAILABLE NOW

ZAC'S FREIGHT ELEVATOR

  • Dennis Cooper

Dennis Cooper’s second novel composed of animated gifs shows him progressively in command of the gif-fiction hybrid medium he first invented in 2015 with his novel "Zac’s Haunted House" and its more expansive follow up, the short works collection "Zac’s Control Panel". In "Zac’s Freight Elevator", Cooper’s employment of the gif as a language-like material is increasingly complex, poetic, and thrills-packed on the surface level, while, at the same time, offering adventurous readers a more bounteous, clear-cut, and easily accessible narrative.

AVAILABLE NOW

Kiddiepunk Cartoons

  • New 8 episode series by Michael Salerno

In 2013, artist and filmmaker Michael Salerno travelled to Oklahoma shortly after a massive, mile-wide tornado hit the town of Moore, almost wiping it off the map, killing 24 people and seriously injuring hundreds of others in the process. The images of destroyed houses and disfigured neighborhoods captured during that trip, alongside dozens of interviews with the survivors themselves, form the basis of this 8-part series, resulting in a vivid and kaleidoscopic collage of image and emotion.

ALL 8 EPISODES ONLINE NOW