TWIN PEAKS: Last Night's Floor-Sweeping Scene So can we talk about the floor-sweeping scene?
This would be an example of what meditation does to Lynch's view of narrative, I think, which seems over time to have more and more in common with John Cage. Also that Lynch understands TV induces various types of trance states.
My Work Is About to Be Censored Out of Print! Your Help Needed! (UPDATED) Update: Thanks to what Amazon tells me were a lot more emails than I've had sales, I'm reinstated at Createspace so most of my print catalog is still live.
Except that MARTHA (which they'd left up for 7 years) is banned entirely, and Kindle, though they will stock prose dinosaur porn happily, has also erased me. So you should go to Comixology and Google Play for digital instead.
Thank you for your help. Previous post follows.
Amazon really are boring bastards- maybe time they stopped selling books and focused on groceries. https://t.co/TkRJCrQUwA
Commission: "Mikki Series" - Three So Far (UPDATED)
A series of glam (mostly) bondage illustrations I'm doing as a private commission.
Happily I can show you the images with the kind permission of "Mikki,"* the stunning patroness (and sell them as prints/posters; click on images to find out more, and to enlarge), who is the subject of the pictures; I can say no more about it. Enjoy. (updated; newest at top)
Also, last night's TWIN PEAKS: Still loved it, but I'm starting to get a bit over the Confused Coop thing. Remember Ben Horne's Civil War? Feeling a bit like that. But I'll stick with it because anything Lynch does is interesting to me.
Patti Rocks (David Burton Morris, 1988) starring Twin Peaks' Chris Mulkey & John Jenkins--My Teacher
A favorite from when I was a college student in Chicago. One of my teachers at the DePaul Theatre School(aka the Goodman School of Drama) that very year, John Jenkins (who taught movement) starred in and co-wrote it, along with Chris Mulkey, later Norma's criminal hubby Hank Jennings on TWIN PEAKS--partly on the strength of his performance here. He took us to the opening night, which was awesome. I later had this on VHS and wore it out watching it.
"Eternity in the company of Beelzebub, and all of his hellish instruments of death, will be a picnic compared to five minutes with me & this pencil." --E. Blackadder, 1789 Questionable
words & pictures from John Linton Roberson