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Laura Palmer

There is a rumor that Laura Palmer’s going to be at the dance. While you don’t know her personally, all you can think about is the exquisite mystique of her corpse, and how her live voice, on a tape loop, … Continue reading

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Happy Days

In this episode of Happy Days, Arthur Fonzarelli, Fonzie, The Fonz, slaps Richie, hard, across the face. Void of context, we don’t know why. Richie’s jaw drops. He is in shock. He holds his hand against his crimsoned cheek. Richie … Continue reading

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Footfalls

Not a simple feat, to follow one’s own footsteps– I, me, her, repeat.        

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Empire State

Empirical scope, is all that we ask of fame– Steady now, steady.   (Photo of Andy Warhol and Edie Sedgwick)

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If L.L. Cool J. and Sylvia Plath Had Gotten Down

Listen to the spoken word track w/ music here. Don’t call it a Comeback— L.L. Cool J. wooing Sylvia Plath in broad daylight where they dance and get crazy theatrical doing the Lazarus (and doing it and doing it well) Sylvia … Continue reading

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Parity

Autopsy report for all tomorrow’s parties– Death breeds parity.

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Lana Del Rey

Lush, red, reposing to give Nostalgia its due– Stars wear ghosts for you.

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Salt in our Wounds

The Morton Salt Girl, refashioned in atomic yellow with a lavender dome of defense; a 21st century nod to flagrant fall-out and downpour that burns.

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It-Girl

Her shadow projected at higher volume then the radiance which enclosed her in a cast fit to bind.

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Pop Culture

It is a little known fact that the year in which the plague was invented was the same year in which Bob Dylan won the Nobel Prize for Literature. When pressed for comment on either the plague or his groundbreaking … Continue reading

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