Tuesday, October 7, 2008

LAMINATION COLONY late summer 08



The late summer issue of LAMINATION COLONY is now live. It features a bit of a shift or facelift or something, I updated the archives and submission policy, etc., for the first time in years.

This issue means a lot to me, I am very excited about it, I has a bit of a shift of energy or something, it has more new work in it than any issue in past, as well as longer work, and of a more hyper array.

It has new work by: Amanda Billings, Joshua Ware, Matt Kirkpatrick, Stacy Kidd, Jamie Iredell, a collaboration between Ian Davisson & Ryan Downey, Krammer Abrahams, Shane Jones, Scott Garson, Angela Genusa, Daniel Bailey, Brandon Barrett, Brandon Scott Gorrell, Gene Morgan, Conn Tomas O'brien, Thomas Cook, Molly Gaudry, and Matt Bell.

I was going to do a feature to go with the issue but when I got done compiling I was too excited to wait, so perhaps this will follow in the future.

A goony goo goo.









Sean Lovelace made a really nice post about the first issue of NO COLONY I am glad for it, though I am still down on Woody Allen's recent years.








I probably have some other dumb shit to say but for now please enjoy.

13 comments:

Darby said...

I liked Genusa's. Good show overall.

Daniel Bailey said...

dude...

Hugo Minor said...

it needs more yellow. the japanese said so.

oye.

Bradley Sands said...

No workie.

BLAKE BUTLER said...

food

BLAKE BUTLER said...

das

Scott Garson said...

wasn't Meghan Austin supposed to be in it? She has a 'forthcoming' listed on her blog....

BLAKE BUTLER said...

i have her lined up in the next issue. the next issue is nearly almost full. after that i think the site will completely change format, or end.

KEN BAUMANN said...

GOOD

BLAKE BUTLER said...

ot

Josh Maday said...

nice work, father blake, and each and every contributor. way to do it. i will be sending out coupons for free genital groomings to all involved, good at any local political action headquarters.

BLAKE BUTLER said...

ty josh

Eunuchsblues said...

I always love the design of each issue. Better and better.