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Blinded by the Light: My Bloody Valentine
Kevin Shields’ gods and monsters re-do the Austin Music Hall
DAILY Music  August 18, 2013, by Luke Winkie
"...This wasn’t the first or even the second My Bloody Valentine show in Austin history (you can find comprehensive video of a 1992 Liberty Lunch set on Youtube), but the Irish foursome has a way of convincing the world that they’re the second coming. That’s to be expected when the fabled follow-up to cult sophomore effort Loveless finally arrives under the cover of darkness 23 years later...."

Bloody Beautiful Illusions
Alejandro Jodorowsky, surrealism's topo sangre, on Truth, Beauty, and the Internet
Screens Story  January 14, 2011, by Marc Savlov


Medium Raw: A Bloody Valentine to the World of Food and the People Who Cook
With Medium Raw, the wit is dry, the humor is laugh-out-oud, the attacks sharp and well-honed
Food Story  July 23, 2010, by Mick Vann


Stuart Bloody Stuart
Filmmaker Stuart Gordon hits the Alamo with his latest H.P. Lovecraft adaptation.
Screens Story  June 28, 2002, by Marc Savlov


Ebony Stewart Kisses Fear on the Mouth
'Love Letters to Balled Fists' puts slam poetry on the printed page
DAILY Books  February 27, 2013, by Amy Gentry
"...As a publisher of spoken-word poetry, Burke faces this type of challenge with every project. Burke, himself an award-winning slam poet, has relied on advice from Write Bloody founder Derrick Brown, who, together with Burke, is making Austin a hotspot for publishers of spoken-word poetry..."

The Writing's Not on the Wall Yet
Austin's print culture gets a boost from a new batch of indie presses and literary magazines
Arts Story  December 14, 2012, by Amy Gentry
"...Length is a liability for spoken-word poet Derrick Brown, who recently relocated Write Bloody Publishing (www.writebloody.com) from Los Angeles to Austin. "Poetry, when you do it live, is like a bullet..."

Nurse Betty
Betty Sizemore is a delightful cinematic creation. She pours coffee without looking, gets misty thinking about a Buick LeSabre, and when one character tells her about a trip to Europe,...
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Film Review  September 8, 2000, by Sarah Hepola
"...Richards and James Flamberg (who won the best screenplay award at Cannes), and it marks the first time LaBute has helmed a film he did not write himself. LaBute has never been a master of subtlety -- his gift has been creating acid-tongued morality plays that hammer their points to a bloody nub..."

Face to Face With Fiction
Five notable authors come to New Fiction Confab
Books Story  April 12, 2013, by Amy Gentry
"...The Confab is a series of free readings, workshops, and panel discussions by early- and mid-career authors held at the Austin Public Library every April. This year the Confab will be joined by the Austin Lit Fair, a first-time exhibition of Austin's small presses and literary publishers, including American Short Fiction, A Strange Object, Bat City Review, Foxing Quarterly, Unstuck, and Write Bloody..."

Poets Perform for Texas Book Festival Tonight
Anis Mojgani and Derrick Brown read at Lavazza Espressions
DAILY Books  March 25, 2013, by Monica Riese
"...Tonight at Lavazza Espressions, you can bear witness to that miraculous transformation as Anis Mojgani and Derrick Brown perform their poetry. The event is presented by the Texas Book Festival and local publishing house Write Bloody Publishing..."

The Greatness
Which of Austin's arty geeks will take the title in this new live game show?
Arts Story  February 1, 2013, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"..."Derrick Brown and I started brainstorming a new thing that would bring the rock & roll energy of Write Bloody into a stage show," says Graupmann, whose long-running Encyclopedia Show has helped prepare him for this geeky battle initiative. "The Greatness was the birthed result!"..."

Chasing C. Robert Cargill's 'Dreams and Shadows'
AICN veteran on goblins, research, and if he's done with criticism
DAILY Books  February 28, 2013, by Richard Whittaker
"...He said, "When you look at a lot of the older folkore and mythologies, they really are just religions that people don't believe in any more. And so many of them, especially when you look at the Northern Europeans, the beliefs of the UK that came out of these bloody, dark times, they all have these great morality tales built into them." That's really what drives his interest..."

Letters at 3AM
War movies are back ... but they don't make them like they used to.
Columns  February 22, 2002, by Michael Ventura
"...One wetnose is wounded by a trip-wire mine. The sergeant tells him, "They're not designed to kill you, just to castrate you." Then, with glee: "There it is, I found it!" While the wounded rookie looks on in horror, the veteran sergeant picks up one bloody testicle and throws it away, saying with a sneer, "You can live without it..."

Sometimes Rumble, Sometimes Tumble
Joe Lansdale may be Texas' bloody answer to Mark Twain
Books Story  June 26, 2009, by Joe O'Connell


Next Summer: The New South Festival in All Its Glory
Danithan Mejia & inkstained friends bring a graphic party to the ATX
DAILY Books  October 15, 2014, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...(Which is also why Rugg was so heavily involved in the first issue of Mejia's excellent Foxing Quarterly journal.) Which is also why the poster for the event was created by Box Brown. Which is also why the teams behind literary powerhouses A Strange Object and Write Bloody and The Austin Review are part of the whole deal...."

Playback: Heaven and Hell and Scott H. Biram
Scott H. Biram gets bloody, UT gets KUT's music library, and Macaulay Culkin pisses me off
Music Column  January 31, 2014, by Kevin Curtin


A Strange Object in the Fourth Dimension
Tesseract marries literature, film, music, and interactivity
Arts Story  June 14, 2013, by Amy Gentry
"...Local literary magazines and independent presses like Foxing Quarterly and Write Bloody Publishing have shown a remarkable attention to Austin's richly textured artistic world, hosting events that incorporate music, performance, and visual arts into their celebration of the written word. On June 20, A Strange Object, the small press headed up by former American Short Fiction editors Jill Meyers and Callie Collins, will add to that movement a highly curated quarterly reading series called Tesseract...."

Lala's Christmas Bar
Cozy, smoky, quaint, and a magnet for fines
DAILY Food  December 19, 2012, by Carly Yansak
"...Lala's is something of folklore – the jukebox is award winning; the Bloody Mary's a cocktail legend. Elves strung above the bar dance any time the bathroom door they're attached to moves, and the interior evokes a vintage feel from aged knick-knacks and military hats on the wall...."

Straight to Hells
Texas Rollergirls regular season closes with undefeated Hell Marys
DAILY Sports  June 9, 2012, by Richard Whittaker
"...From the sidelines, their strategy seemed frustratingly cautious. It finally took a second period 30 point power jam by Smarty Pants – an opportunity created by a botched star pass between Vicious Van GoGo and Bloody Mary – to give the Hells the lead..."

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Columns  May 16, 1997, by Louis Black
"...Some thoughts on Roger Corman and Robert Thom... Next week the Austin Film Society is showing the nightmarish American masterpiece Bloody Mama at the Dobie on Wednesday, May 21 at 7:30pm and Saturday, May 24 at noon..."

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Music Story  March 14, 1997
"...THE WEIRD LOVEMAKERS: No bio, no glossy, and one hand-scrawled tape from Tuscon. Aging, curmudgeon writer is handed said lack-of-glitz and pow! Bloody Great Punk Rock! Like Big Boys great..."

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