196 Pages. Design by Naomi Yang. In the spirit of community cookbooks through the ages, this collection of recipes involves simple techniques and common ingredients. In this instance, the community represented is the musical sub-underground of Western Massachusetts. Mr. Coley is a home cook, whose professional restaurant experience mostly involves dishwashing. But over the last quarter century he has fed family, friends and large events at his house, the Yod Space in Florence MA, and various other places. Accompanied by his own commentary, as well as that of those who have et his vittles, this book should be as useful as reading material in the bathroom, as it is for instruction in the kitchen. $19.95 + shipping
Written by Lili Dwight. Art by Alison Darrow. Design by Naomi Yang Hardcover – OUT OF PRINT Paperback 24.99 + shipping Published by Galactic Smarties, this Limited Edition (Hardcover) of 100 signed and numbered hard cover copies is available to you for $69 USD (plus $5 postage in the US). With beautiful color printing on deluxe coated stock, this 10 x 8″ 48 page book is designed for children of all ages. A great read-aloud book, with art that will blow your mind. When Hud & Addie were tiny Terrans, one of my nightly tasks was to entertain them with stories, both from books and my imagination. A few years ago, I decided to write up one of these adventures…. Read more »
Mary Beach “The Elastic Banana” 16 Leaves, Side Stapled, Color Cover. Edition of 50 Numbered by the publisher. OUT OF PRINT! SECOND EDITION The 1969 manuscript for The Elastic Banana was recently discovered in the papers of Ed Sanders. When this treasure trove was catalogued by Steve Clay at Granary Books, Pam Plymell was excited to learn of a previously unknown novella by her mother, Mary Beach. Mary’s earlier long form prose works, Electric Banana, Gothic Bananaand No Eye No Cyclone were also published by Cherry Valley Editions. So it is with great pleasure that we present this wild cut-up ride into the vortex.
A Quarterly Journal of Post-Rock Cultural Pluralism, edited by Byron Coley. Issue no. 5 In this issue: Ira Kaplan: SFO Super Shuttle VS Hollywood Town Car; Byron Coley & Thurston Moore: Bull Tongue column;Rej T Broth: A Field in England; Michael Hurley: The Accountant; Chris D: Alain & Romy; Alan Bishop: Another Victory for the World’s Greatest Game; Leah Singer: Louis Armstrong House; Tom Givan: Best Sellers; Marie Frankland: Big Berghain; Scott Foust:The Big Bluff; Tara Young: David Bowie live at Fort Apache; Tosh Berman: David Bowie & Scott WalkerPunched; Mats Gustafsson: Polly Bradfield Solo Violin Improvisations; Matt Krefting: Call Me Lucky;Todd Abramson: Candlewood Suites, Jersey City;Kendra Smith: Chirgilchi Collectible; Ariella Stok:Ornette Coleman‘s Funeral; Trevor Block: Compilation Albums; Samara Lubelski: Keith Connolly interview; Bruce Russel: Guy DeBordPanegyric; Barbara Manning-Vargas: Die Art Fuer Immer und Ewig; Brigid Pearson: DOOB3D; Sharon Cheslow: Dust on the Nettles; Tesco Vee: Fanzines, Bomdage, Death Threats & the FBI; Suzy Rust: Five-and-a-half Tragic… Read more »
Jurt Banch, 128pp, 2016, 2nd Pressing (Edition of 100) with 20CS (Edition of 15) OUT OF PRINT The perennial tradition of Western Massachusetts-based art collectives continues with Jurt Banch. Never intended for public consumption, the original limited print run of this book became known by outside parties and a second edition has been made available due to popular demand. Consisting of more than 100 pages of poetry and portraiture, Jurt Banch pushes the limits of the “Exquisite Corpse” technique into various methods of artistic expression. A true collaborative effort, this book will enter you into a dreamscape of characters living undecipherable lives of their own, smiling back at you from the pale pulp of the future. What are YOU doing… Read more »
A Quarterly Journal of Post-Rock Cultural Pluralism, edited by Byron Coley. Issue no. 4. In this issue: Alex Behr: Junior High Reviews; Tosh Berman: Tom Phillips IRMA the Opera; Alan Bishop: Pink Floyd Animals: Trevor Block: Rowdy Roddy Piper; Karla Borecky: Antonin Artaud: Pour en finir avec le jugement de dieu; Bree: Kōbō Abe Woman of the Dunes; Benoit Chaput: Plume Latraverse; Sharon Cheslow: Stand-up Comedy; Byron Coley: Column; Karen Constance: Igor Wakhevitch Hathor; Nigel Cross: Jeff Cloves; Chris D: Humanity of Femme Fatales; Georganne Deen: Chinatown L.A. + Cathy Ward; Lili Dwight: Farscape; Erika Elizabeth: Mark Sten All Ages; Ray Farrell: Charles Bukowski; Andrea Feldman: Mix Tape Memories; Eddie Flowers: Review Column; Scott Foust: Jewel Robbery; Tom Givan: Matthew… Read more »
A Quarterly Journal of Post-Rock Cultural Pluralism, edited by Byron Coley. In this issue: Todd Abramson, Steve Albini, Alan Bishop, Bree, Rej T. Broth, Joe Carducci, Lisa Carver, Benoit Chaput, Sharon Cheslow, Byron Coley, Karen Constance, Nigel Cross, Chris D, Irene Dogmatic, Lili Dwight, Ray Farrell, Andrea Feldman, Tom Givan Tom Greenwood, Mats Gustafsson, Angela Jaeger, Elaine Kahn, Ira Kaplan, Maria Kozic, Matt Krefting, Ted Lee, Donna Lethal, Owen Maercks, Marc Masters, Hisham Mayet, Richard Meltzer, Thurston Moore, Dylan Nyoukis, Gary Panter, Tony Rettman, Bruce Russell, Suzy Rust, Andy Schwartz, Chris Stigliano, Brian Turner, Naomi Yang. 50 pages, black & white 8.5″ x 11″.
A Quarterly Journal of Post-Rock Cultural Pluralism, edited by Byron Coley. In this issue: Todd Abramson, Steve Albini, Alan Bishop, Bree, Rej T. Broth, Joe Carducci, Benoit Chaput, Sharon Cheslow, Byron Coley, Karen Constance, Nigel Cross, Chris D, Georganne Deen, Lili Dwight, Erika Elizabeth, Ray Farrell, Andrea Feldman, Eddie Flowers, Tom Givan, Tom Greenwood, Mats Gustafsson, Lisa Marie Jarlborn, Ira Kaplan, Maria Kozic, Matt Krefting, Tom Lax, Ted Lee, Heather Leigh, Donna Lethal, Owen Maercks, Marc Masters, Hisham Mayet, Phil McMullen, Richard Meltzer, Thurston Moore, Dylan Nyoukis, Gary Panter, Brigid Pearson, Charles Plymell, Tony Rettman, Joanne Robertson, Bruce Russell, Suzy Rust, Savage Pencil, John Sinclair, Chris Stigliano, Brian Turner, Tesco Vee, Naomi Yang. 80 pages, black & white 8.5″ x… Read more »
In This Quarterly Journal Of Post-Rock Cultural Pluralism: Todd Abramson, Alex Behr, Tosh Berman, Alan Bishop, Trevor Block, Benoit Chaput, Sharon Cheslow, Byron Coley, Karen Constance, Chris D, Georganne Deen, Irene Dogmatic, Lili Dwight, Erika Elizabeth, Ray Farrell, Andrea Feldman, Eddie Flowers, Maria Frankland, Tom Givan, David Greenburger, Tom Greenwood, Mats Gustafsson, Michael Layne Heath, Tom Hinely, Michael Hurley, Angela Jaeger, Lisa Maria Jarlborn, Ira Kaplan, Maria Kozic, Matt Krefting, Tom Lax, Ted Lee, Donna Lethal, Samera Lubelski, Owen Maercks, Marc Masters, Hisham Mayet, Phil McMullen, Richard Meltzer, Thurston Moore, Dylan Nyoukis, Gary Panter, Brigid Pearson, Charles Plymell, Sara PRess, Joanne Robertson, Susy Rust, Savage Pencil, Andy Schwartz, Orchid Spandiafora, Chris Stigliano, Brian Turner, Gregg Turner, Valeria Webber, Naomi Yang,… Read more »