a murder of crows

take a spin through Karolina Waclawiak's brain matter
twodollarradio:

The Greenbrier Ghost is the third feature we’ve got lined up for Two Dollar Radio Moving Pictures.
From Wikipedia: “The Greenbrier Ghost is the name popularly given to the alleged ghost of a young woman in Greenbrier County, West Virginia, United States, who was murdered in 1897. The woman was declared as murdered by her husband by the court, after it heard the testimony of the victim’s mother, who had argued that her daughter’s spirit appeared to tell the truth behind her death.”
ICYMI: Here’s the trailer.
Pre-order copies of The Greenbrier Ghost.
Help us make it happen!

twodollarradio:

The Greenbrier Ghost is the third feature we’ve got lined up for Two Dollar Radio Moving Pictures.

From Wikipedia: “The Greenbrier Ghost is the name popularly given to the alleged ghost of a young woman in Greenbrier County, West Virginia, United States, who was murdered in 1897. The woman was declared as murdered by her husband by the court, after it heard the testimony of the victim’s mother, who had argued that her daughter’s spirit appeared to tell the truth behind her death.”

ICYMI: Here’s the trailer.

Pre-order copies of The Greenbrier Ghost.

Help us make it happen!

believermag:

Two Dollar Radio, one of our favorite small presses and publishers of Believer editor Karolina Waclawiak’s novel, How To Get Into the Twin Palms, are going into film production!

Check out their indiegogo and their first project with Believer contributors Nick Rombes and Grace Krilanovich.

Two Dollar Radio is putting out movies!

Crazy.
usclibraries:

1922 aerial view of the intersection of Wilshire and San Vicente boulevards, surrounded by open space.
Wilshire is the road running from top to bottom, and San Vicente cuts across the photo diagonally. Behind the intersection, in the distance, is the future site of the Miracle Mile retail district.
Part of the Los Angeles Examiner Collection in the USC Digital Library.

Crazy.

usclibraries:

1922 aerial view of the intersection of Wilshire and San Vicente boulevards, surrounded by open space.

Wilshire is the road running from top to bottom, and San Vicente cuts across the photo diagonally. Behind the intersection, in the distance, is the future site of the Miracle Mile retail district.

Part of the Los Angeles Examiner Collection in the USC Digital Library.

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stacykranitz:

Beckley, West Virginia

My friend just said to me, Who’s this guy? And I said, THAT’S SCOTT. And I got so excited. 
The end.

stacykranitz:

Beckley, West Virginia

My friend just said to me, Who’s this guy? And I said, THAT’S SCOTT. And I got so excited.

The end.

Jon DeRosa

—Signs of Life

Do yourself a favor and start your day off right by listening to Jon’s new song, Signs of Life. Absolutely beautiful.

believermag
:


Our 2013 Music Issue schema by Jon DeRosa features a twenty-year timeline of his Danzig super-fandom.

We’re thrilled to launch DeRosa’s new single, Signs of Life, along with an exclusive one week free download. Though Signs of Life channels the yearning of Roy Orbison and moodiness of Scott Walker (also interviewed in this month’s Believer), hints of Danzig’s dark specter can also be heard in DeRosa’s somber baritone. 

Jon DeRosa will be touring Europe with Lydia Lunch this fall

Photo by Hannah Dunphy

believermag:

A supplement to Barry Hannah’s conversation with Wells Tower (October 2010), courtesy the Relay Project and Jamie York.


"The thing I failed at was being a great trumpet man…I had my minor payoffs. It doesn’t matter if your not a genius in the first thing you wanted to be in. People forget, it’s good to fail… One thing that’s good about failure is, it makes you a better listener."

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