Daily Archive for July 26th, 2008

DR. REVOLT and Gary Panter

Aug ’08
2
4:00 pm

DR. REVOLT and Gary Panter Appearance and signing of The Lost Ones

Steve Niles teams up with four visual artists to bring you a graphic novel that will challenge what you think about time and space travel. DR. REVOLT, an original member of the historic New York City graffiti crew The Rolling Thunder Writers, Gary Panter, an illustrator known for his surreal and raw style, Morning Breath, Brooklyn-based art and design duo, and emerging painter/fashion designer Kime Buzzelli – each bring a remarkable and unique drawing style to the project.

“The Lost Ones” tells the story of Duncan, Roxy, Rasheed and Cynthia, who leave their Earth and get swept up in an epic intergalactic adventure. What starts out as a harmless day of extreme planet jumping turns into a mind-blowing, white-knuckle race for their lives to get back home. Collector’s and paperback editions of “The Lost Ones” will be available for free in early July 2008 at select comic book stores nationwide.

Joe Carducci at Quimby’s!

Aug ’08
2
7:00 pm

Join Joe Carducci as he talks about his time in the west coast music underground, 1976-1986, and then about the three books he has written and published; Rock and the Pop Narcotic, Enter Naomi, and Wyoming Stories.  Joe will also do a short Q & A, and sign books.

Joe Carducci.  Was born in 1955 in Merced, California and grew up in Naperville, Illinois.  He moved to the west coast in 1976.  Achievements of note: Founded Systematic Record Distribution and its label Optional Music (featuring bands: Dead Kennedys, Voice Farm, Negativland); founded the Thermidor label (featuring bands: Ono, Oil Tasters, Toiling Midgets, Nig-Heist, Birthday Party, SPK), and came into Black Flag’s label, SST Records, in 1981 until 1986.  Then he moved back to Chicago to write Rock and the Pop Narcotic and started Redoubt Press in 1990.  He also started Provisional for videotape releases in 1992.  Moved to Wyoming in 1995 and still resides there today.