raftsman’s razor

went to a screening of kim’s friend, keith bearden’s film, raftsman’s razor, at the los angeles film festival. an interesting film about interpretation and audience. followed up by a trip to the Tula Tea Room. Source: 2or3feedburner

i spit on your grave

went to a reading at vroman’s books this evening for tamtam press‘ lastest release, Autumn in Peking by Boris Vian (1920-1959). French novelist and playwright, a jazz connoisseur and critic, Dixieland trumpeters, and author of more than 400 songs. “What informs Vian’s book, however, is not sexual fantasy, but rage and pain: that rage and… Continue reading i spit on your grave