Andy had a reputation for drawing as a commercial artist, but he wanted his paintings to be accepted for fine art.
The problem was that the paintings covered the same subjects as the drawings did which were everyday consumer goods like soup cans. Well, we all know how things turned out for Mr. Warhol.
The Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette covers women doing their first (and some times their only) few online adult videos. It’s a serious subject. Tens of millions of men and women consume porn every day. Porn in modern society, especially on the Internet, is pervasive.
My problem, as editor/publisher of this publication is this: is the online world ready for a magazine that sympathetically covers women doing online adult videos while at the same time it promotes flash fiction as a serious art form? Guy Hogan
The Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette is an online magazine of serious writing and brazen sexuality.
- In Search Of The Real Andy Warhol (pittsburghflashfictiongazette.com)
- Everything You wanted to Know About Andy Warhol’s Soup (neatorama.com)