Y­ou Don’t No­mi

by Charlie McIlwain | 3 months ago

K­laus No­mi is a Queer I­con in his own mold. He was an Oth­er, one of the ul­ti­mate Oth­er­s. His im­age has be­come se­mi-i­con­ic, but as an in­di­vid­ual and as an artist he re­main­s mis­in­ter­pret­ed.

I’ve Been To A Mar­velous Party

by John Leavitt | 4 months ago

The after­noon wore on and the party got big­ger and louder. Wait­ers appeared out of the aether to bring drinks and empty ash­trays. Plates of dev­iled eggs and but­tered radishes man­i­fested to get nib­bled at. For Don­nie, it all felt cheek­ily fun.

The Joy of Musical Force: Introducing Ignota

by The Editoriat | 13 July 2018

We have been up all night, my friends and I, before a saloon piano whose steel strings, as taut as the strings of our hearts, yet had tuneful souls. And while we ground our native lust into sticky floorboards, we raised our belting to the farthest limits of voice and covered sheets of music with maudlin scrawls.