These eight limited-run fanzines were originally created between 1992 and 1999 and were sold out of the Alleged and Andrea Rosen galleries in New York City. Collected together for the first time, all of the original content is represented—low-concept, hilarious juxtapositions of words; scribbles and doodles; lists; monologues; free verse; jokes; innuendo; and both fake and real interviews. They blur the lines between fantasy and reality, and are often prankster in nature and laugh-out-loud funny. With weird musings, fake celebrity gossip, and hastily drawn art, this collection is a must have for fans of the authors and lovers of pop culture.
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Harmony Korine is the director of the films Gummo, Julien Donkey-Boy, Mister Lonely, and Trash Humpers, as well as the music videos for artists such as Cat Power, Sonic Youth, and Will Oldham. He was the writer of the film Kids and is the author of A Crackup at the Race Riots. He lives in Nashville, Tennessee. Mark Gonzales is a professional skateboarder, artist, and the author of Broken Poems, Emportant News, and High Tech Poetry. He lives in Los Angeles.Review:
Scraps of thoughts strung together impressionistic jokes, story fragments, Hollywood apocrypha, and lists offer unaltered evidence of the artist's creative process through his 20s.” Village Voice
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