Archive for August, 2009

Coming off a great show this past Friday at Don Pedro, the Dead Sextons will take the stage again, a week from Wednesday on September 9 at Coco66 in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. That’s 66 Greenpoint Ave. between Franklin and West Streets (G train to Greenpoint Ave.). Time is TBD, but I’m guessing we’ll go on around […]

The band is stepping up our live shows in the next couple of months while bringing in a new drummer on the fly. Here’s the official announcement of Friday’s show at Don Pedro: Ladies and leeches, friends and fiends, You’ve had your heads in the sand far too long. Come join the Dead Sextons on […]

Forecast is being serialized semiweekly across 42 web sites. For a full list of participants and links to live chapters, please visit Chapter 10 is at Keyhole. Chapter 12 is at Emerging Writers Network. As they pulled into the parking lot, a catchy tune bullied its way onto the stereo, which had been off, […]

I just discovered this great interview with Monkeybicycle editor Steven Seighman in Smokelong Quarterly. In the Q&A he talks about his past, his future aspirations, the current state of his journal as an imprint of Dzanc and writing in general, and he gives a plug at the end to the Forecast 42 project.  Check it […]

Get ready folks, ‘cuz it’s coming. Chapter 11 of Shya Scanlon‘s novel Forecast, as Part of the Forecast 42 Project, will be running on this blog in just 10 days on August 20. To whet your appetites, here’s some outstanding coverage of the project on the L.A. Times’ blog.

We’ll be filling in for a friend’s band this Monday night at 11pm at The Delancey down on the Lower East Side. If you can’t make it to our Galapagos show on Friday, this should keep you sated.