“Leave the door open for the unknown, the door into the dark. That’s where the most important things come from, where you yourself came from, and where you will go.”
Rebecca Solnit, A Field Guide to Getting Lost
Love me some windows and doorways. Been getting positive responses from these old photos I posted on my Tumblr page and thought of combining a few of my favorite things in one post: this book, window porn and Venezuela. Totally random or geekishly relative?
had to post this again ’cause of some technical shit. nevermind! this is what i meant by “cutting up celestial maps” last week, some scans of the forthcoming issue of everywhere all the time (EAT?) now i just have to print all the text out on vellum in a way that makes sense. in other news, i got a day job and can now take care of my financial bizness/work on my writing without worrying about the bills. let me know what you think of the layout, or any other advice you zine sages might have.
heyy folks. i’m here, looking for day jobs during the day, cutting up black and white copies of celestial maps for the new zine by night, working on cover letters as i apply for guidebook gigs, watching my old copy … Continue reading →
hey people, it’s been forever! or at least around two months since i’ve written here. in the meantimes i had surgery, moved to new york from ecuador after a year of living there and watched my money troubles worsen. had … Continue reading →
yo! i’ve been so busy recovering from shoulder surgery, getting locked out of my facebook account, moving back to new york from quito with 3 suitcases, a cat, one working arm and no money – alone – , and catching … Continue reading →
Ecuador + Food = My Life (& this article, originally published over at Epicure & Culture. One of the best blogs out there!) Ecuadorian cuisine is all about slowing down and savoring each bite, enjoying the company of close ones … Continue reading →
Accepting travel stories + artwork for a Spanish-language zine anthology are you: latinx consider yourself among the latinx/chicanx diaspora come from a spanish-speaking country, directly or 2nd, 3rd generations, whatever! do you: have a story about traveling in latin america … Continue reading →
Originally published on WordRiot.org. Click Boom For Real below to watch a video! SAMO Is Dead I was born at home in a Brooklyn ghetto. After arriving late, our Taína midwife passed this Nigerian belief to my Ecuadorian mother: wherever … Continue reading →
The doctor was beautiful, with that kind of feathery hair you just want to reach out and run your fingers through. He had this pained expression on his face, like it hurt to be so beautiful, and the slowest movements … Continue reading →
hey people, i’m glad you’re all starting to get everywhere all the time zine issue one if your mailboxes across the world. if you haven’t, you can order your totally perfect, not-mis-printed copy from Boom For Real press on etsy, … Continue reading →