Posted by: xochipublications | January 25, 2010

Last Copies of xochi23 Vols 1 and 2

The remaining copies of arts/music and everything in between journal xochi 23 are now available.  To recap, vol 1 features original artwork and unpublished fiction by ‘beat’ legend Brion Gysin as well as an unpublished interview with Charles Bukowski (conducted by American uber poet F.A. Nettelbeck).  To top it all off, Theo Green interviews jazz icon Steve Lacy, Daevid Allen of Gong is interrogated  and fiction is provided by ‘out kraut in crowder’, Jurgen Ploog and Burkinabe, Nabaloum Dramane.

Vol 2 features and interview with avant guitar maverick Mike Cooper by Brisbane musical identity, Tam Patton  as well as Kim Salmon by La Mascara and recently departed free jazz bass Godfather, Sirone recounts an amazing life in music.  Mel Clay ‘interviews’ Celine from hell and the field recordings of Paul Bowles are examined by Dr. Phillip Schuyler.  Vol 2 features a CD of the field recordings of Paul Bowles, lovingly crafted by internationally renowned sound artist, Lawrence English.  Artwork is furnished by Theo Green and the Aztec Gods.

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  1. Just submitted your URL (https://xochipublications.wordpress.com/) to http://www.google.com so it shoudl index it soon. looking forward to your latest articles

  2. Hi, I’m trying to see if you have a copy of xochi23 (vol 2) which features a piece about Gabriele D’Annunzio. If so could you let me know the cost?
    Many thanks,
    Simon

    • Simon: Thanks for the email. Easiest way to get it (as we do not have any copies left) is to email orders@aftermathbooks.com out of Rhode Island as they are the US distributors. Thanks for the enquiry and apologies for not getting back to you sooner.
      Michael


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