The June/July issue of Interview Magazine is at the main branch of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. The Old Soldier just returned from a lovely walk to the public library.
And I was happy to find the new issue of Interview Magazine in the browsing room.
Interview Magazine was founded by Andy Warhol. The magazine reports on the movers and shakers of High Culture. The magazine has had a powerful impact on the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette.
Oh, the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette will never cover High Culture. My little blog is definitely a magazine of Low Culture. But the Old Soldier is working to make this magazine entertaining, informative and outrageous.
Andy Warhol grew up in Pittsburgh about a 30 minute walk from my apartment building. I like to think that he would find the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette to be at least a little amusing in a working-class kind of way.
Read. Study. Write. Submit.
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- Andy Warhol, Karaoke And 15 Minutes Of Fame (pittsburghflashfictiongazette.com)
- Andy Warhol, Hunter S. Thompson And Flash Fiction (pittsburghflashfictiongazette.com)
- The New Series: Woman As Art (pittsburghflashfictiongazette.com)
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