Friday, March 02, 2007

Back in Slack

It's all a game
What's in a name
Sham and shame
It's all the same

- Joseph Nolan (Twenty Ought Seven, The Year of Our Lord)

Hey what up yo?

Lost and lonely in this too early - early morn. The shadows rake the street and leave last night's dreams in neat piles of hope and disappointment alike. It is actually a gorgeous morning and cool and crisp and I wanna write all day, but I am going for a ride...

All the truth in the world may not mean a thing to the television androids and the pundits of ostrich yoga, but to me and the state of Texas, it is manna and man ya could use a little holy holy right now. Check out the breaking news on Building 7 / Solomon Brothers building. Several media outlets caught announcing the falling of the building before it happened!

The 9-11 cover-up is as naked as ever and I for one am getting excited!

Keep your eyes peeled in Music City for the next issue of Nashville Arts magazine. I wrote a review of the Fugitive/Fred Clarke show at Zeitgeist. Also, our next zine will be our last zine. Be on the lookout for Radically Shifted at Davis-Kidd and Rhino at the end of the month.

Be humble in your sleepy hands on this world.
Be a killer in Heaven.

Love, Joe Nolan


Blogger Sara said...

Come again? Which zine is ending: Nashville Arts or Radically Shifted?

And why?

11:02 AM  
Blogger Joe Nolan said...

Sorry fo' the confusion.

Radically Shifted is about to shift to not existing.

Our brave leader has decided to move on and focus on personal creative projects.

If any of you have taken the time to explore the zine, your comments would be appreciated.

Joe Nolan

4:10 PM  

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