• fishez and sea cretins!

    The posts over the next few days will be a Vancouver backlog photodump. Flickr always felt not right and the longer I leave these shots for words to catch up, the lesser the likely they’ll see the light of pixelglow a’tall. You may have noticed more pictures at deepsicks in general—leastwise ones exposed upfront, not

  • guest post

    There’s this one girl? She knows I’m me. Every day, she arrives sits waits, grins and recognizes and how was your day? Ruffled? Murderous? Ravenous? she jabs, the kinda sick joke I hate to love her for. Wanna peck her eyes out over. Chase her from my cemetery, cheerfully, trap her soul with one swoop,

  • disIntegration

    She is in the Used section, old and scarred, and I can’t stop staring at her. She is so beautiful.

  • how to watch a lunar eclipse

    I inherited a tripod from one of my new roommates. It is basic but serviceable. I know there’s no way my camera will catch the moon missing, but the February 21 lunar eclipse is a good opportunity to take out the tripod and practice unmoving. Speaking of (un)moving, things have been good here in Victoria,

  • feeling all right

    Greatings! No cataclysms are occurring but good things nonetheless. First of all and most marvelously, I have a library internship at Utne magazine starting at the end of the month through the end of August. For those unaware, Utne is compiled from thousands of alternative and small-press publications, zines, books and internet sites, serving up

  • cult = me

    New photos of Wormwood have been added to archimago, taken from their December 2 appearance at the Uptown Bar and Cafe. I experimented with some different in-camera effects, including black and white which turned out schnazzy and the polarization filter which sucks and will never happen again, I promise. I love the light-streaky mystery, but

  • disparity key

    I listen to music I like. I often read liner notes at least once and attend shows like a fiend. But I am not a fan girl. I rarely know the names of individual performers and nine times out of ten the first time I see them (what they look like at all) is when