Recommended Sites

Publishing

Richard Peabody’s venerable and influential Gargoyle Magazine and Paycock Press
www.AtticusBooks.com

Robert Giron’s independent literary press
www.givalpress.com

An in-your-face guerilla publisher of hard-boiled fiction
www.contemporarypress.com

The website of Viggo Mortensen’s publishing company; an interesting mix of literature, music, and politics
www.percevalpress.com

Exhilarating magazine of outsider art founded by Robert Williams. In other words, a magazine about art with content
www.juxtapoz.com

Minimus, Washington’s magazine of short subjects, deeply considered
http://mywebpages.comcast.net/tmulligan6/Miniweb/index.htm

Blogs

A man-about-town in a landscape of books
Hebdomeros


An excellent mixture of poetry and musing
Sarah Browning


Free and easy with her intellect
The Happy Booker

Music

The world of Bardo Pond, the Philadelphia band noted for brilliant music that goes directly into the subconscious. Visit their home page at http://threelobed.com/bardo/home; or go to a fascinating multimedia experience at www.bardopond.org

Parlor Scouts, a very intriguing DC band that fuse a Brecht-Weill sensibility with the sound of early 80’s underground rock
www.parlorscouts.com

The Picture is Dead, Washington DC’s synth, violin and vocal group with a growing fan base for their dry, witty lyrics
www.pictureisdead.com

The Nanjemoy Creek Boys; an ambitious improvisational jazz/rock band from southern Maryland
www.ncbmusic.com

Andrew Luttrell, the Baltimore singer/songwriter with a folk/rock sensibility influenced by Neil Young, Bob Dylan, U2, Cowboy Junkies, and many more.
www.andrewluttrell.com

Artspace

Washington DC’s downtown arts complex
www.warehousetheater.com

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Alternative Film

Website of Jeff Krulik, filmmaker known for the legendary
Heavy Metal Parking Lot
www.planetkrulik.com

 Vintage Fashion

The Remix Vintage Fashion Shop in Alexandria, for discriminating ladies who know that retro is metro 
www.remixvintage.com

For Mac Lovers

Andy Hertzfeld’s website devoted to stories by and about the engineers, artists, and programmers who created the first Macintosh computer
www.folklore.org

 

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