Friday, 25 November 2016

Hiroshima Yeah! # 140 – October 2016 (zine)

On the front cover there`s a picture of David Crosby (Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, need I say more). Then we`re greeted with poetry and `the disappearing dreams of yesterday `. My favorite pieces of the moment are:
There are others
Like me.
I see them
In the pubs,
Sitting alone,
Shunning contact,
Serious expressions
On their faces,
By the laughter.
The smaller
The more people you know,
The smaller a place becomes.
Which is not always a good thing.

Man I love this stuff good old Bukowski would be proud. Next in line we`re treated with `13.billion years of hell `. Gary Simmons writes his own music reviews. Kudos to Sonic Youth – spinhead sessions` LP (good stuff). There`s also some book, music and DVD reviews. Mark Ritchie writes `steak and chips ` (a nicely warped short story). We conclude things with a nice selection of black & white sketchbook drawings. You want some come get some just about here:

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