AXIS / PRAXIS
Christian Gralingen in The New Yorker
On October 18 please come to San Francisco and hear new work from three different writers named Jason. We’re going to be reading at the new location of Needles & Pens. 1173 Valencia St., San Francisco CA. Starts at 7:30pm. Peace.
Modern Life and the High Line…via NYTimes
stillhouse:

Augustus Thompson 
newyorker:

Eric Schlosser looks at the truths behind Stanley Kubrick’s 1964 film “Dr. Strangelove,” which celebrates its fiftieth anniversary this month: http://nyr.kr/1hmRfY8

“In retrospect, Kubrick’s black comedy provided a far more accurate description of the dangers inherent in nuclear command-and-control systems than the ones that the American people got from the White House, the Pentagon, and the mainstream media.”
Yo! Check out my new zine for sale at @andpens or get it directly through me. Short stories by moi and art by @nak_champa ✌️
petersutherland:

couple framed jams from the Straight 2 DVD show (miami ‘13)
thanks to the still house homies
pppp
design-is-fine:

Barbara Nessim, cover artwork for Chopin a la Moog by Hans Wurman, 1970. 
Chris Johanson at MOCA
publicationstudio:

So excited to launch this new book by Chris Sollars in San Francisco this Saturday!
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