Death is a Woman – Fiction

September 1, 1993

Please let me sleep… I am beaten… Bruised… And bleeding… I need to be healed… Caressed… Nurtured… And rocked to sweet slumber…

Broadway Cab 24 Hour Dispatch – Fiction

September 1, 1993

“Funny you should say that,” I continued to slur, “I helped put out the first issue of Lollipop, a magazine distributed in Boston and other cities in the area.”

Bitter Baby – Rant

September 1, 1993

What’s up with the oppression that women subject their musician boyfriends/husbands to? HELLO!!! Loosen the leash!

Bare Bone Canvas – Fiction

September 1, 1993

Dismal days and darker nights, colors clash in endless flights. Blue to red, then red to grey, colors flare, then fade away.

Coroner’s Corner – Column

September 1, 1993

I know y’all have been pacing, waiting for the next category in the Academy Awards of Splatter Movies. The nominations for The Ultimate Zombie Film!

Heroes Jargon – Column

June 1, 1993

Since the birth of Image, the company has become a veritable artist magnet, drawing in a few more of the big boys from Marvel.

Savior – Fiction

June 1, 1993

Mama and Papa gone away, They don’t want to know us anymore. Half of us Longhairs, Queers, Punkers, and Junkies. Got no table to sit down at on Easter Sunday.

Within Reality – Petty – Fiction

June 1, 1993

“What’s your point?” I would remind myself that that was my original question, but it seems pointless. I’m too stubborn to listen to anything I have to say.

Cipher – Fiction

June 1, 1993

One two three — four five. Six seven, eight nine ten, eleven twelve thirteen. Fourteen fifteen sixteen: seventeen eighteen, nineteen twenty?

Cat’s Rant – Fiction

June 1, 1993

“Cats in the Cradle,” a-la Ugly Kid Joe, filled its rotating slot on MTV. My wandering attention was drawn to it, and responded.

Coroner’s Corner – Column

June 1, 1993

Good evening. Welcome to the Academy Awards of Splatter Movies. The only variance that we make is that you will choose the winners.

Spotlight – Pet Store – Column

June 1, 1993

This month, we recognize the efforts of Jeff Pare and Jake Dalbec, owners of PET STORE, opening in early July on Newbury St, in Boston.

Prelude to a Lick – Column

June 1, 1993

We, as human animals, are resigned to the “inevitable” fact of passing through this life into obscurity. Some, however, fight it with everything they’ve got.

Notes from Under the Table – Column

June 1, 1993

We go to press tomorrow and I haven’t bathed or slept in as long as I can remember. For all the stress and stench, this project, this dream, has affected me greatly.

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