Monday, June 29, 2009

The Happy Generations, Issue 1

The first issue of The Happy Generations is ready to mail. It's an old fashioned zine edited by Eric Gelsinger with Lourdes Vera. It includes:

An account of a walking journey from Portland to San Fran

Something I can't mention here

Psychic experiences

A ranging review of Bill Callahan's "Sometimes I wish we were an eagle"

A play-by-play of going around NYC with $15,000 cash

Experiences with doctors

Essays on food and drink

Part I of a screed against documentation

A poetic essay on the human scale

Artwork by Sarah Haras

All columns have content and are written in snappy prose. The cost for one zine is $.50. A subscription for one year costs between $2 and $4, sliding scale. Select your level of dignity and click the paypal to order. Or write to eric gelsinger.

And now that the first issue is flying about, please send submissions for number two.


Wednesday, June 03, 2009

Sin is to Celebration

House Press is happy to announce the latest installment in the arrow as aarow series: Amanda Ackerman & Harold Abramowitz's Sin is to Celebration. It is 84 pages, $8, and available through paypal at the arrow as arrow blog: