Action Shots from last week’s issue by J. Bradley, brought to you from Sleep No More by @NoSexCity and Jack Cazir. They speak for themselves.
Issue Twenty-Two will go live tomorrow.
Operative Jack Cazir took Laura Hallman’s story for a lengthy journey into the city for Valentine’s Day. Delivered to you, from the man himself (who, incidentally, has an article over at Thought Catalog about means to avoid similar situations in your own lifeliness.) Here goes, a solo love riot (words by Jack):
If I had a Valentine I’d buy her flowers and things with hearts and we’d eat at Momofuku and I wouldn’t sit alone.
If I had a Valentine we’d walk the High Line and maybe hold hands here.
If I had a Valentine I’d shield her eyes.
I thought maybe I could find my Valentine in Times Square.
But this woman seemed more into Laura Hallman than me, which is fair.
I thought this Modigliani could maybe be my Valentine but she didn’t hardly even move.
Neither did this girl.
If I had a Valentine she’d explain Abstract art to me.
And remind me not to stand in front of the pictures.
If I had a Valentine she’d ignore all of this shit.
And put up with this shit.
…and I wouldn’t be so lonely.
We love you, Jack.
More to come.
Hello, lovers. We are oh-so-proud to present to you our twenty-first issue, from a veteran SPR author. This one is double-teaming around New York City on the backs of Jack Cazir and @NoSexCity, alongside last week’s story by Laura Hallman. Watch them play, love, roam together. See how softly we all speak when horrific things happen. Welcome, friends, to the Valentine:
ISSUE TWENTY-ONE (2/13/12)
by J. Bradley
We are proud to present our twentieth issue, taking strides around NYC on the back of Operative Jack Cazir. A download of our weekly radio show, “Centerpiece,” starring the words of this week’s author, is forthcoming. In the meantime, read and memorize the following beautiful words:
ISSUE TWENTY (2/6/12):
by Laura Hallman
About the author: Laura Hallman (@l_hallman) can be found within the archives of Dr. Hurley’s Snake Oil Cure, Sea Giraffe Magazine, and 3:AM Magazine. She appears regularly in Peripheral Surveys and Side B Magazine.
About the operative: Jack Cazir writes for Thought Catalog and is probably very lonely.