Okay, maybe just lovers of Tina; she is kind of like Oprah, so that's why she's always on the cover. It is her "birthday week" after all. She's turning four. This is what I do when I should be doing actual work. Hey, why not?
Focusing on the '80s and early '90s, but really, just guys I had a crush on when I was younger. Bobby Gillespie (Primal Scream) Greg Dulli (Afghan Whigs) Evan Dando (The Lemonheads) Henry Rollins (does he need an intro?) Daniel Ash (Bauhaus, Love and Rockets, Tones on Tail, solo) Ian Astbury (The Cult) Morten Harket… Continue reading Would You Still Hit It? Random Men of Music
I'm going to be honest and say I'm not surprised. I knew this would happen. I knew it well enough that I actually pestered my doctors for a surgery to nip it in the bud. But, noooo, they wanted to "monitor" things. Given my medical history and the pain I was having, you'd think they'd… Continue reading My Norse-Ukie Vampire Baby
Things I did while you were at Art Basel Miami... Tuesday Drank Gato Negro purchased from the gas station. Gave my cats a manicure. Ate salad for dinner and wanted to shoot myself. Wednesday It was crazy-warm, so I made Lime Rickey drinks with Rum and listened to The The “Soul Mining". Because Rum. Got… Continue reading While You Were At Art Basel Miami
Have I mentioned lately that you should purchase the novel "Wivenhoe Park"? Because you really should. Just look at all the reviews! You don't need to take my word for it just because I did the cover and he's my husband. But, also, if you want to try a crack at winning on of three copies,… Continue reading So You Say You Were A 1980’s Indie Kid?
What are some of the things I do on weekdays? Well, go to the Dittrick Medical History Center, of course. I'm gearing up for my next solo show, and although I know what I'm going to do as far as the medical history inspiration, one can never have done enough research. For the show my… Continue reading Forceps, Stethoscopes, and Ivory Babies
Last night was a one-time showing of The Stone Roses documentary "Made of Stone" by Shane Meadows here in Cleveland. Of course, this movie was playing to sold out audiences elsewhere, but not in Cleveland baby! I think there were 20 of us. Granted, most suckers were at the Johnny Marr show on the other… Continue reading “Made of Stone” at Capitol Theater
And in honor of National Cat Day, look who is available as a print! As well as iPod and phone cases. Sorry, the original is sold. And since the day calls for it, here is a silly video I made of my cats, Ike and Tina, a while back. I'm pretty convinced this music is… Continue reading National Cat Day
My husband's novel is out! So go buy it here. Kindle edition is available on there, but since I did the artwork you probably want the real deal, don't you? Have fun guessing which character is based on me, and I can give you a hint: I'm not the goth. Sure I'm a grown-up goth… Continue reading Sex, Drugs, and Cassette Tapes
I could do without another trip to Ann Arbor. I may have been born there, but the town I knew is now gone. In fact, just about everyone I once knew there has left. My immediate family bailed, and the only one of us left is my dad being buried there. The University of Michigan… Continue reading A Tribute in Ann Arbor