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New Items: Evergreen Review, Realist, Comics with Problems
Wednesday September 29 2010
Hey - Hope you're having a good Autumn. The following is an update on a few items: Evergreen, Realist and Comics with Problems. Also, we'll be posting a good item on Monday: Sides three and four of Harry's Loft. I think you'll enjoy the final full album. We encourage distribution of this stuff, and sides one and two just got put up on Soundcloud, here's a link to those tracks:
2) Harvey Pekar Jazz criticism from 1966 Another vintage piece, covering the work of Lee Konitz. Pekar's writing on jazz predates his comics by a decade. Added to the article are youtubes-a-plenty of Konitz material.
Pretty thrilled to be at this point. We're now just one update away from completing our project to completely archive, or make accessible online, Paul Krassner's run of The Realist. Currently now at 143 of 146 issues. This month:
Supplement Item: Robert Anton Wilson and Paul Krassner interview Albert Ellis - Plus Mae Brussell's Conspiracy Newsletter on Patty Hearst, Elian Gonzalez and Jules Feiffer.
One more item -- Comics with Problems Issue 40. Felt the series deserved a sarcastic issue, given the heavy race and political stuff covered over the last few months. So for Issue 40 we have a ridiculous mort walker rip-off entitled A DAY FOR WHITEY. Also included a train instruction manual we're derisively (or accurately) calling BONER TRAIN. Enjoy the set.