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“Unproductive writer Colin Atrophy Hagendorf talks to punks, artists, zine makers, tattooers, and other weirdos about what they were like when they were young and what drives them to continue making things today. No cops, no creeps. Peace in the pizzeria.”
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WHAT’S UP this is episode 31 of Radio Harvester. A good number. On my 31st birthday I got my ear pierced at the Queens Center Mall. This month’s guest is queer filmmaker Sue Johnson, who I met at a screening of Off Course, a 15 year retrospective featuring 13 of her films spanning from 2003, when she’d first picked up a camera, to this year! We talked about growing up in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, Eric’s Trip, interning at arts institute Struts Gallery in Sackville, NB, witnessing the Women’s March as a Canadian, Kenneth Anger, Chicks on Speed, queer joy, queer pain, and so much more. Plus I whispered the intro bust and departing salutation crouched in my parents basement and they sound hella weird! Please give it a listen! Rate (5-star only), review (glowing, please), subscribe (there’s only one way to do this) on iTunes! I keep forgetting to ask people to do that but it’s important for analytics and I don’t quite know what analytics are but I know I need them!
FUCK ICE FREE PALESTINE CLOSE EVERY PRISON ABORTIONS FOR EVERYONE NO COPS NO CREEPS PEACE IN THE PIZZERIA Xoxo, C
Starting around Rosh Hashanah 2016 and culminating a day after Hanukkah ended, I bootlegged my own audiobook as a present for my grandma because she can't see too good anymore and I didn't want her to have to hear the shmuck my publishers hired read my book. Then I put it up on Bandcamp so people besides her can hear it too. This was very fun to record and I think I did a good job even if I made some mistakes and some of the self-conscious asides are too long. Cover art is from my dear friend Yusuke Okada's Neu Yorker series.