Infinity’s Kitchen dabbles, ever so slightly, with experimental music, as well as literature. The opening release party for our publication featured several musical acts. If you like that sort of stuff, check out Roulette TV.
Roulette TV is an on-going, innovative video series which presents unique contemporary music in compelling and engaging performances given by the creators themselves. Each performance is followed by an insightful interview which offers the opportunity to get close to the artists who range from those who often speak about the rich associations and ideas they have developed during the course of their work to those who are revealing their creative processes for the first time. The wealth of concepts, personalities, real-world experience, sonic and visual beauty available from this Roulette TV series builds a springboard of inspiration and information for students, and creates enlivening, deep musical encounters for the enterprising viewer.
Anderbo.com is one of an increasing number of online literary journals. The magazine publishes three issues online and one print issue annually. It features poetry, fiction and “fact” writings. Here’s a clip from the journal’s facebook page.
Founded by The New Yorker fiction contributor Rick Rofihe (who has published nine stories in the magazine, as well as the short story collection “Father Must” with Farrar, Straus and Giroux), anderbo.com is a Literary Online Journal that publishes short stories, poetry, and nonfiction. Work from previously unpublished and emerging talents, as well as established writers and poets, is welcomed.
For more information about Anderbo, listen to an interview with editor Rick Rofihe.
A “wake” was held for Baltimore’s defunct arts magazine, Link: A Critical Arts Journal in Baltimore and the World (1996-2006). For ten years or so, Link was a preeminent authority on the subject of ““ you guessed it ““ arts in Baltimore and the World. Notable contributors to the publication included Yoko Ono, in the final issue.
Out of respect for the deceased, presumably, no mention was made of the cause of death. A cautionary sermon, therefore, was conspicuously absent.
Link is gone, may it rest in peace, but the spirit behind the publication lives on. Tonight the torch was passed to a new publication in Baltimore, Locus Art Magazine. Locus has already published a fifth issue, and was named the 2008 best art magazine by Baltimore Magazine.