Fly By Night Radio Show 373 – Tapping My Own Phone

Steve The Fly is tapping his own phone to come up with this week’s episode of Fly By Night, with mind-boggling selections by Charles Olson, David Amram, Alan Moore, Amiri Baraka, James Blood Ulmer, Robert Anton Wilson, Thelonious Monk, John Sinclair & Beatnik Youth, Dizzy Gillespie, Ezra Pound, and Lalo Schifrin. The John Sinclair Foundation … Continue reading Fly By Night Radio Show 373 – Tapping My Own Phone

Support Me And Deepen Deep Scratch At Patreon

Please consider, for a brief moment, supporting me at Patreon for as little as 1 Euro/quid a month, get strapped in as I deploy 26 chapters of Turntable Prose crossplatform, plus hundreds of auxiliary a/v textual treats. See the latest CHAPTER FOUR.To me, based on bare time-based evaluation, each chapter of Deep Scratch is worth … Continue reading Support Me And Deepen Deep Scratch At Patreon

May The Best Story Win: Spirituality, Religion And Shamanism.

Dedicated to my mother Della Pratt, on her 75th Birthday. I love you. “Dao, the process, seems more nitty-gritty and tangible since I acquired an apartment with a panoramic vista of Monterey Bay and the surrounding hills. The view never seems quite the same twice. Waves, sun, fogs, seasons, dogs, dolphins, moons, planets, stars -- … Continue reading May The Best Story Win: Spirituality, Religion And Shamanism.

Warriors Of The Rainbow 2020: A Trip Back To Novelty Wave

A Little Introduction (approx. 7 min. read) Hi, the following essay sprawled out of control into a what I now call a woo-woo piece. A densely packed linked up trans-media story, riddled with facts, methodology and research based thinking, yet considering epoch sized, call em' cosmic-ramifications, or woo-woo. I'd like to thank everybody who crossed … Continue reading Warriors Of The Rainbow 2020: A Trip Back To Novelty Wave

From the James Joyce Quarterly (Spring 2019)

"In a welcome contrast to the seriousness of high-art venues, Steve Fly Agaric 23 embodies the ideal of a space-cadet savant, just barely returned from the realm of interstellar ideas but landing into perfect musical timing, without losing the traces of stardust from whatever cosmic forces returned to this atmosphere in his wake. A drummer … Continue reading From the James Joyce Quarterly (Spring 2019)