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The Egyptian revival gates at Westminster Burial Grounds.
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Walking north along Baltimore’s Greene Street towards Lexington Market, just outside the grounds of the University of Maryland, you might come across an Egyptian Revival gateway leading to a small burial ground nestled in a dense urban area of Baltimore’s downtown. Peering through this gate, you may glimpse a few

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The door opened for me on a hill in the common area of my Junior High School in late 1980. A guy who I had recently met and would become a lifelong friend was playing Black Flag – I didn’t know who it was, I just knew that it was

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How did your approach to Rain Songs differ from previous publications? Every past project I’ve ever made started with a goal to work toward. Sometimes this was only a desired aesthetic or themes I’d aim to incorporate. Rain Songs differed mostly in this way, that I didn’t plan it out

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It can be difficult to find children’s books that are equally entertaining for both me and my kids. Generally I find kids books mind-numbing, but we can usually agree on Dr. Seuss. So that’s why Australian illustrator R.J. Ivankovic aka Dr. Faustus’ re-imagining of H.P. Lovecraft classics as Dr. Seuss

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Permanent Sleep is a very interesting small publishing press based out of Toronto, Ontario that focuses on releasing radical shit in many different forms! They have just released the second pressing of Spoilers book ‘The Ashes of Howard Beach’. To celebrate the second edition, they have also released a cassette tape

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Reading Michael Griffin’s prose and listening to his ambient/drone compositions achieve similar ends: the effect on the reader or listener is calmly disconcerting. “Calm” might seem an odd word to attach to a horror writer’s prose, but it’s the sort of uneasy calm of a David Lynch set piece. In

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