Archive for April, 2011

Hey dudes and dudettes,
The Urban Survival Guide has arrived. You can purchase your copy here. Feel free to steal it or buy it. You should probably buy it, seeing as the proceeds raised will go to the Red Cross Japanese Tsunami Relief fund. We gotta get this stuff under control, so let’s start with sealing off the nuclear waste that’s pouring into our oceans and affecting everyone on the planet. This is a quick read, I’d recommend getting the pdf version, seeing as it’s only $2.99 and it’s only about 40 pages or so long.
If you do buy the physical copy, why not This Will Swallow You Whole, while you’re at it? Save on shipping! This is the “addendum” that I’ve been talking up for months on end, but I realized how boring that sounded. So I fixed her up and it reads pretty smoothly. I hope you enjoy!
Thanks to everyone that has ordered it so far.
Much love.
On another note, this Saturday night I’ll be playing a few tracks off of my most recent album Holograms and some awesome new tracks at the PATH Cafe in the West Village. Just go to W4th St on the DBFAC lines and walk West to the intersection of Hudson and Christopher Street. 8pm. Be there or be rhombus. I’ll post up a live mp3 of the show on SublimeMinds.com, my new all-encompassing website that will be taking submissions for poetry, fiction, nonfiction and pretty much anything for publication!
Enjoy the Urban Survival Guide.
Stay strong and carry on.


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That’s Right.

Inside these pages
you will learn how to:

brew your own beer
grow an urban garden
cleanse your body from pollution
create a non-smelly compost system
copyright your work
find Legal Advice for artists
get a grant
see free concerts
survive in an emergency
get off the grid inside city limits

Be prepared.

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Hey folks,
I’m putting on the finishing touches to the 2011 Addendum, and it will be available on 4/11/11. That’s next Monday. It’ll be a free download for the first 24 hours, so tell all of your friends as well! It’s loaded chock full of new ideas I’ve been fermenting for the last year or so, as well as places/people/events to check out this year.
Next week will mark the birth of something much bigger, as well…keep your ears peeled for that announcement also being made on Monday.
Life has been treating me rather well, and it’s safe to say that I’m busier, more creative and happier than ever. My best wishes to everyone that is witnessing the strange, beastly nature of the world these days…
Until next monday, carry on!

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