It’s Rex Manning Day! Wait, that’s not right. Oh, yeah..it’s Magazine Day! The June/July issue is out today. Support indie, ad-free nonsense in Portland. Visit our FB page and every ‘share’ enters you to win exclusive project: poppycock merch, stuff you didn’t even know you wanted until just now.
Check out some of what we’ve got for you:
An in-depth story about Portland’s own Moniker
The story of Walnut Studiolo nearing its fifth anniversary
An afternoon with Matt Huntley of Bodypaint by Numbers
A look at the unique experience of Holdfast dining
An interview with Fluff and Gravy Records artist Anna Tivel
A look at Portland’s Secretwave music scene
The poetry of Aleg Naj and Franklin of Psychopomp Poetry Salon
A story about blues legend Ellen Whyte and her work in our public schools
Read more "Poppycock Magazine: June 2014"
This is rough, it’s raw, it is straight from the heart. I hope it is poignant, and can put things in perspective. This is kind of written for the teenager that watched on 9/11. A form of nostalgia for my younger self.
Read more "Obi-Wan Bin Laden: More Powerful in Death than in Life?"
In the aftermath of the most recent ‘botched/thwarted’ attack on America, discussion has erupted on two fronts; one being the mishandling of apparently obvious information as to the plan of attack, and what actions should be taken in relation to airport security on the ground and in Yemen. The loudest voices are calling for a […]
Read more "One More Terrorist Attack and We Will Go From Profiling to Lynching…and We Get a Toaster!"
It’s that time of year, the holiday season, where you seemingly feel an overwhelming urge to grit your teeth and bare the discomfort to spend time with judgmental people you dislike the other ten months of the year. You sit and eat meals, you send christmas cards, and you also fight tooth and nail to […]
Read more "‘Tis the Season…For Equating Love with Money"