In short: All sales of Milestone artwork through the end of July will be donated to the Loveland Foundation in support of mental health services for members of the black community. We stand with our brothers and sisters. Black Lives Matter.
And we have a short film that debuts June 15: Even the Wind is Too Dead to Speak. Check it out on our YouTube channel.
Jerry Stiller died today, and that fucking sucks.
For someone like me, lucky enough to grow up with Seinfeld and Zoolander and pretty much anything else featuring him for longer than three seconds, Jerry Stiller was a comedy god, a Jungian archetype of the “hilarious old man who doesn’t give a shit;” others in this pantheon include George Carlin and Don Rickles, by the way. I’m pretty sure I quote Frank Costanza on a weekly basis. He reminded me of the old men in my life, how ridiculous they were, how far they would go for a laugh, for a righteous and meaningless victory in any activity or argument. Jerry Stiller’s characters weren’t my dad or uncle, but damn they felt like it.Continue reading “Jerry Stiller, Darkness, Humor”
Back on March 21, I asked the Tarot, how will the Corona virus affect life going forward? Here’s what came up: Continue reading “Amanda Reads the Tarot: A Quarantine Edition”
Ladies and gentlemen, Milestone Art Collective proudly presents the new album by SLC Skunk (alias Sean L Corbin), Dark River Affirmations!
Powerful spoken-word poetry! Recorded in glorious Factory-Issue MacBook Microphone! Backed by the finest in free AppleLoops!
The entire album is FREE to stream from SoundCloud right now! Just follow this link right here!
And here’s a preview right in this post! Below is the single, “The Milky Way.” Enjoy!
Amanda’s latest essay, on intersectionality, class, and oppression (i.e. everything people use, intentionally or inadvertently, to dismiss or discriminate) is up on Medium!Click the link to check it out, get yo self educated and better equipped for this rapidly changing world, and give her some claps so she can get, get, get, get that paper. Thanks!