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Underground Yearbook: 1973

Wed, 2008-11-26 21:49
This is the third entry in my series of the underground film scene of the ’70s. You can follow the series here. 1973 was a big year for Stan Brakhage. As far as I can figure, he completed just four films in ‘73, but two major events occurred for him. One, he was awarded a Brandeis Citation. Second, editor Annette Michelson devoted the entire January issue of Artforum to both Brakhage and Sergei Eisenstein. Michelson herself wrote an influential piece on Brakhage called “Camera Lucida/Camera O

Underground Yearbook: 1972

Sun, 2008-11-23 15:30
This is my second in a (hopefully) series of posts looking at the underground film scene of the 1970s, a period that, to me, gets criminally glossed over. The below is a collection of rough data of films, filmmakers and significant events happening in 1972. In 1971, Jonas Mekas ended his popular film column in the Village Voice, but 1972 saw the publication of a book collection: Movie Journal: The Rise of a New American Cinema 1959-1971, put out by Collier Books. The book doesn’t include all o

Underground Yearbook: 1971

Fri, 2008-11-21 14:00
This post, and hopefully eventually a series of posts, combines two things I’m intrigued by. One is timelines. Generally, I’m usually pretty interested in knowing how one thing begat another and then the next. Secondly, I’m fascinated by the general black hole of information regarding ’70s underground film. While I’ve only begun reading into the history of underground film just within the past few years, so the “black hole” might just be in my own personal research, but it seems that writings

Paperback 160: Galaxy Science Fiction (December 1959)

Fri, 2008-11-07 17:02
Paperback 160: Galaxy Science Fiction (December 1959) Includes work by: Robert Bloch ("Sabbatical"), Philip K. Dick ("War Game"), Frederick Pohl ("The Snowmen"), Robert Sheckley, Willy Ley, George O. Smith, A.J. Offutt, and othersCover artist: EMSH (best cover artist name ever) - real name = Ed EmshwillerYours for: $14Best things about this cover:It is aDORable. I want to make Christmas cards out of this cover. Martian pyjamasSanta has four armsI want that rocket that Santa is holdingReally, the

Robert E. Howard's ~ Conan From

Wed, 2008-09-24 12:03
Robert E. Howard's ~ Conan From 1932-1936 there were 17 Conan stories to see print in Weird Tales... Margaret Brundage depicted 9 covers to those stories! The Gnome Press Editions ~ 1950-1957 John Forte David Kyle David Kyle Kelly Freas Ed Emshwiller Ed Emshwiller Wally Wood The original Lancer Editions (1966-1971) and the British Sphere Editions (1973-1978) Co

Planet Stories Ran for 71 issues

Wed, 2008-08-27 13:33
Planet Stories Ran for 71 issues Winter/1939 ~ Summer/1955 Cover art by Allen Anderson, Virgil Finlay, Frank R. Paul, Hannes Bok, Alexander Leydenfrost, Norman Saunders, Jerome Rozen, Graham Ingels, H. L. Parkhurst, Kelly Freas and Ed Emshwiller Here's about half of the covers to the run! The letters page heading Graham Ghastly Ingels only pulp cover! Ingels interior illos to the Spring/194


Tue, 2008-08-26 00:39
When I was young and discovering science fiction in the early 1960s, I began reading The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. There were many wonders within those pages, but what grabbed me first were the covers, lush color paintings of fantastic scenes. The magazine featured many artists, but my favorite was the one who signed his name EMSH, and was listed inside as Ed Emsh. His work captured the scenes in the magazine in wonderful detail, but more than that, they combined realism and ab