Look what I just got my hands on --- the very first issue of The hitRECorderly, our brand new subscription series!
"Little Red Riding Hood Redux" is our inaugural issue and I'm really proud of this gorgeous full-color book the hitRECord community and I have created together. I really love when the stuff we work on together becomes a physical record.
This book we made is based on an adaptation I did of the original Brothers Grimm fairytale (which is sexist as all fuckin hell!) Our version's got a different take on the story and we've packed this book with feminist essays and various reactions to the new tale.
I loved JulesKD's "But What If I Want To Be Eaten?" record so much I just had to do a little reading of it in this here video. :o)
You gotta hurry and order your copy as these are a limited edition run of 2,000 so get it while the getting's good!
Single copies are available in The RECord Store for $20, but you'll save cash by subscribing to The hitRECorderly and you'll get a new issue every season!
You can subscribe here: http://www.hitrecord.org/store/recorderly.html
FCP by Dr. Gory
so here's my tiny manifesto:
honor love and art and let the rest go.
a man touched me.
his hand.. my thigh.
i touched him too.
my fist.. his jaw.
We have to hand in our completely finished book to our publishing company (It Books / Harper Collins) on August 1st. So I'm setting a due date of July 25th for our creative collective to finish writing and illustrating. That'll give Marke about a week for layout and design, etc...
Once upon a time, there was The End.
Like so many today or this evening or last night, I'm confused... I bought a tiny stories book and had it signed by RegularJOE. So far so awesome. I then took the long and treacherous journey to West London via the strange vessel night bus and with a combined soundtrack of a man next to me snoring and a group of drunken girls behind me singing Dog Days Are Over - I felt the time was right to reread this lovely book and I found this signature on the title page.
Wirrow had clearly ninja'd over to the signing table and signed as Joe did whilst we were being dazzled by camera flashes for the photos. Such is his skills that he repeated this for every tiny book without being spotted.
He just signed them beforehand you say?
Lies. My version is far more plausible.
One day the tables will turn, and skeletons will keep people in their closets...
they were too stuffed for tea
imagined stuffed animals sitting around a child's tea set/table.