Scott Thomas Outlar hosts the site 17Numa, where links to his published poetry and fiction can be found. His chapbook “Songs of A Dissident” will be released in January of 2016 through Transcendent Zero Press.
SCOTT THOMAS OUTLAR
The creatures are vividly described in the novel and Mr. Johnson has done an excellent job of remaining true to this description, while creating a creature and experience wholly unique to his vision.
“White people don’t like it when we don’t do well and they don’t like it when we do. But most of all, they don’t like it when they don’t do well” – must-read column by Jenny Zhang.
How much time do we spend in a car? The technology is closing on Us with a metal sheet of solitude hell, and thus I took the opportunity to look out the car window cage and turn the outside world on again.
“We tend to use the terminology ‘Satan’ or ‘Satanic activity’ as code for anything which is against societal norms. ‘Satan’ could be Gozer, or Odin, or Zeus, or Kali, or Allah… Anything Un-American.”
“There are the human people, and then there are humanoid people who are mysterious and much more anonymous. And then there are the creatures that I imagine to be related to microorganisms.”
Beasts, brutes and other animals became his essence. He has produced some of the largest and most recognizable paintings in the history of street art.
“It seems like the world is your oyster when you have a love and passion for taking and creating photos and the opportunities are wonderful and endless”.
“He said he would be at the funeral. No point talking about flights and meeting him at the airport. He had a damn fine car, never had an accident in his life.”
The new Google Timelapse project. The partnership blends 28 years of satellite imagery and Google Earth Engine technology to show the impact of human activity on the planet.
“There is nothing on Earth that has not been touched by a hand of human beings. The men explored every inch of the Earth’s surface. But calling our relationship with the world friendly and healthy would be delicately speaking an exaggeration.”
Deborah Ager founded the poetry magazine known as “32 Poems Magazine”. She has published three books. She was educated at the University of Maryland.
Andre Krayewski is an artist and Polish expatriate currently residing in Newark, New Jersey in the United States. With a career that spans more than half a century, he continues to masterfully create paintings in his art-deco signature style and in pop art style.
The moon punishes the streets with its sultry glare. She walks down the narrow alleyfollowed by a small-eyed stranger.
“By removing all criteria, we are left with nothing but the market. The opposite of what postmodernism originally intended.”