A selection of essays and interviews published by Agitpropspace.org 

Into the Temple of Art
Of time, space, art's assumption into the marketplace and Werner Herzog's CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS.

Art, Buddhism and X-Ray Vision
Thoughts on Buddhism and creativity

The Clean, Curious Eyeball of Bill Nericcio
Nericcio is professor of Comparative Lit at SDSU. He is th author of Tex[t]-Mex: Seductive Hallucinations of the “Mexican” In America. Nericcio is presently putting the finishing touches on EYEGIENE for UT Press.

Leonard Koren Interview: Making WET 
Leonard Koren published WET Magazine for 5 1/2 years between 1976 and 1981 as part of a creative and philosophical experiment he called “gourmet bathing.” WET Magazine became his primary vehicle of expression during that time.

Making WET: The Magazine of Gourmet Bathing
Polymorphously perverse, flirtatiously Hollywood and beautifully designed, WET Magazine was an extension of publisher Leonard Koren’s own quirky and enigmamtic personality.

Mark Dery Interview
Dery has been exploring the shifting sands of American sub-cultural trends for almost twenty years. His new book, I Must Not Think Bad Thoughts: Drive-by Essays on American Dread, American Dreams features thirty-two pungent essays covering a range of topics such as Madonna’s big toe, the link between zombies and white supremacists.

Todd Stands Interview: Documenting the Chicano Park Mural Restoration
Stands is a multi-skilled artist with 30 years of public art experience. He was invited to be a part of million dollar restoration project of the murals at Chicano Park

Thanks for the experience: Jobs by Walter Isaacson
The awesomeness of Steve Jobs has been given a canonical accounting with the publication of Walter Isaacson’s 570-page authorized biography of his life. So just how did Jobs transmogrify the world? The CEO Messiah of User Experience claimed he did it by standing at the intersection of technology and liberal arts.

Joe Yorty: The Art of Boredom