Category Archives: cults

“Extrospection (What Kind of Art Guy am I?)” by Richard F. Yates (and Michael King AND Mark Counts)

[Warning*** Whiskey content…] For the last four years (give or take some off-planet experiences) I’ve run The Primitive Entertainment Workshop, and I’ve posted (on average) 3 or 4 posts per day since early 2013. (Sometimes I skip a day or … Continue reading

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“Knock, Knock, Knock, Knockin’ on Heaven’s Gate” by Richard O’Brien & Richard F. Yates

(Warning: contains references that you must be THIS old to understand) Slourgh was, indeed, a believer, but not of The Monkees and not a Justin “Belieber,” Slourgh always sought higher powers, that did not entail handing out airport flowers. Plus … Continue reading

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