Ruth St Denis (2010) by Agnieszka Brzezanska.
• As Above, So Below: Portals, Visions, Spirits & Mystics is an exhibition of occult-oriented art at IMMA, Dublin. “An alternative history of art of the last century,” says Aidan Dunne.
• THIS IS THE SALiVATION ARMY: a Tumblr archive of Scott Treleavan’s queer-pagan-punk zine, 1996–1999.
• Mixes of the week: Secret Thirteen Mix 219 by Paper Dollhouse, and a Mika Vainio Tribute Mix by broken20.
• Valdimar Ásmundsson’s Icelandic translation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula has been translated back to English.
• First evidence for higher state of consciousness found (thanks to psychedelic drugs).
• At Bibliothèque Gay: Narkiss (1908) by Jean Lorrain.
• Boyd White on finding Arthur Machen’s bookplate.
• Barry Adamson’s favourite albums.
• John Waters: By the Book.
• Dread: Lustmord in dub.
• Vampire (1976) by Devon Irons | Keep On Dubbing (1976) by Augustus Pablo | African Dub (1977) by The Silvertones
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Following your link I just watched The Salivation Army for the first time and… my ex girlfriend Simone is in it! Awwww, John, you made my day!
Ha, thanks, I’m glad to hear it. The coincidence doesn’t surprise me just now; since reading England’s Hidden Reverse (which deals in part with the UK equivalent of TSA) I’ve been subject to an outbreak of synchronicities connecting things past and present.
Boyd White on finding Arthur Machen’s bookplate.
This kind of thing always ends badly:
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