Allyson McCabe talks with Arthur Fournier, an independent dealer of books, serials, manuscripts, and archives, about how he developed his niche, and how digital access has both enriched and complicated the work of archiving and collecting.
Tags: adolescence, Allyson McCabe, anxiety, archives, archiving, archivist, Arthur Fournier, Arthur Russell, butterflies, CBT, cognitive behavioral therapy, collecting, collector, dada, digital, digital reproduction, East Village Eye, ego trip magazine, F.A. Bernett Books, fanzine, Fournier Fine & Rare, Fugazi, Galaxie 500, harvard, JOY DIVISION, Julio Cortazar, La Danse Macabre, Lincoln Center, Marie Kondo, MC5, Metrograph, metropolitan museum of art, Minnesota, moths, Music, Nation of Ulysses, Natural History, nature, Neue Galerie, new order, New York Public Library, New York Rocker, ocd, patterns, Peter Bernett, Pierre Mac Orlan, publishing industry, Punk Magazine, Rare books, Reinhold Heller, Robert Doisneau, rural life, Sonos, Sound & Vision, Sound and Vision, Spacemen 3, stamps, Sun Ra, surrealism, Tango magazine, The Smiths, Tom Waits, University of Chicago, Vince Taylor, Walkman, zine
John Holmstrom, Roberta Bayley, and Chris Stein discuss punk music, legendary rock venue CBGB, the philosophy of punk, and Johnny Power Ranger toys.
Tags: Alice Cooper, Allyson McCabe, Arturo Vega, Blondie Christ Stein, Cars and Girls, CBGB, David Johansen, Debbie Harry, Devo, Eric Emerson, Go Girl Crazy, Grammy Museum, Harvey Kurtzman, Hey! Ho! Let's Go, John Holmstrom, Julliard, Justin Bieber, Legs McNeil, lou reed, mad magazine, Magic Tramps, Marc H. Miller, Meet the Beatles, New York Dolls, Out of Our Heads, Power Rangers, Punk Magazine, Queens Museum, Ramones, Richard Hell, Roberta Bayley, Rolling Stones, Sire Records, Sound & Vision, Will Eisner
Allyson McCabe talks with Alice Bag, one of LA punk’s first frontwomen in the mid-70s as the lead singer and co-founder of the Bags, and who has just released her self-titled debut solo album.
Tags: Abuse, activism, alice bag, Allyson McCabe, amanda palmer, bags, bilingual, bisexual, bisexuality, bowie, Chavela Vargas, Chicana, Darby Crash, david bowie, domestic violence, Don Giovanni Records, East Los Angeles, Elton John, FEA, feminism, feminist, Freddie Mercury, Garageband, gay, germs, Geza X, Girl in a Coma, ipad, Kickstarter, Kim Fowley, los angeles, Mexican Ramones, Mexico, Modern Day Virgin Sacrifice, Nicaragua, Pipe Bomb for the Soul, punk, Punk Magazine, punk music, ranchera, Rape culture, sexuality, Sound & Vision, teaching, The Art of Asking, The Decline of Western Civilization, The Gems, The Wirdos, the Zeros, Violence Girl, weirdos