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Jesse Sublett

THEY KNOW THINGS THAT WE DON’T

    A new piece added to the ART page, above: “THEY KNOW THINGS THAT WE DON’T.” Yes, another one with grackles. AND another chapter in the Grackle Chronicles.         But first, this message from the New York Times, one of the best bits in the Sunday’s edition, …

Darla Pours a Double

New art added to the Art page this weekend. “Darla Pours a Double” is a small 8 x 11 acrylic & oil pastel on paper in a black matte temporary frame. “Grackle World” is 20 x 16 acrylic on canvas. It’s a Grackle World, we’re just living in it. Happy Fathers Day. …

RED DIRT #6

RED DIRT #6 The latest chapter in RED DIRT CHRONICLES. For previous chapters, see Red Dirt #1, Red Dirt #2, Red Dirt #3, Red Dirt #4 and Red Dirt #5. This one even has a little soundtrack, a modest little demo track of mine. IT WAS GETTING LATE I watched them like a scorpion waiting, I …

RED DIRT #4

UPDATES: New art added to ART page (“Minotaur in Pac Man Labyrinth”). I think the title is self-explanatory. June 20, 2014 is new release date for Broke, Not Broken: Homer Maxey’s Texas Bank War, by Broadus Spivey and Jesse Sublett. For the past few months I’ve been working as a co-writer …

HOW TO FLY WITH A HEAVY HEART – repost from 4.24.14

I like having a good intro. I started off my story with an invocation of the great Son House. Here’s the whole story on YouTube, when I was speaking at All Saints Episcopal Church, Austin, TX, during Lent, as part of their their Autobiographies of Redemption series. I was booked …

Noir at the Bar Monday May 12, repost

UPDATE: MAY 13, 2014: Thanks to all of you who attended our event last night. Had a great time. After the intro by Scott Montgomery, the BookPeople / MysteryPeople / Number one Austin bookseller, played a couple of songs, starting with one I haven’t played in a while, “Girl From Armageddon,” …

Apologies to my readers

My blog is in a shambles. The last three weeks of work I’ve done here, including a completely new design, revamping all pages, composing new pages and writing chapters for the new feature, Austin Noir, have been lost during the migration to my new domain at Bluehost. It’s possible they …