Posts Tagged ‘photos’

Photo: Animal Feelings

Tuesday, April 13th, 2010

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Go here to see the Rafter album of the same name!

BIO: Adam Gnade's (guh nah dee) work is released as a series of books and records that share characters and themes; the fiction writing continuing plot-lines left open by the self-described "talking songs" in an attempt to compile a vast, detailed, interconnected, personal history of contemporary American life. Check out recent writing here and songs here. Contact: adam@asthmatickitty.com

Photo Essay: Midwest Winter at Sunset from Speeding Car

Tuesday, February 16th, 2010

BIO: Adam Gnade's (guh nah dee) work is released as a series of books and records that share characters and themes; the fiction writing continuing plot-lines left open by the self-described "talking songs" in an attempt to compile a vast, detailed, interconnected, personal history of contemporary American life. Check out recent writing here and songs here. Contact: adam@asthmatickitty.com

Photo Essay: Best of 2009, Bowling Green, Ohio

Monday, February 8th, 2010

One of the best places I went last year was the small town (population 29,636) of Bowling Green, Ohio. I had two days off from tour and I spent it eating three meals a day at Squeaker’s Cafe, going through stacks of books in the library, and walking around town in the dusk by myself. Here’s what it looked like.

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BIO: Adam Gnade's (guh nah dee) work is released as a series of books and records that share characters and themes; the fiction writing continuing plot-lines left open by the self-described "talking songs" in an attempt to compile a vast, detailed, interconnected, personal history of contemporary American life. Check out recent writing here and songs here. Contact: adam@asthmatickitty.com

Photos: Dan Deacon is Mental

Thursday, December 10th, 2009

Couple nights ago me and my pal Bart went to see Dan Deacon play here in Portland and it was mental. I mean, I’ve heard all about his live shows, about the transformative power of crowd participation, about the human tunnels, and the dance-offs but I never really believed. Now I believe.

This is what an hour and a half of Dan Deacon looks like…

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BIO: Adam Gnade's (guh nah dee) work is released as a series of books and records that share characters and themes; the fiction writing continuing plot-lines left open by the self-described "talking songs" in an attempt to compile a vast, detailed, interconnected, personal history of contemporary American life. Check out recent writing here and songs here. Contact: adam@asthmatickitty.com

Photo Essay: From the Train

Monday, October 26th, 2009

I’ve spent a lot of time on trains this year. Trains in London, trains in Holland, Germany, France, Spain, but the best ones were always the ones back home. I love the Amtrak like a big brother. I love it like it’s a case of Dr. Pepper cans and I’ve been in the desert all day digging a hole.

This is what America looks like from the Amtrak.

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BIO: Adam Gnade's (guh nah dee) work is released as a series of books and records that share characters and themes; the fiction writing continuing plot-lines left open by the self-described "talking songs" in an attempt to compile a vast, detailed, interconnected, personal history of contemporary American life. Check out recent writing here and songs here. Contact: adam@asthmatickitty.com

Photo Diary: The Warped Tour, Part 1

Monday, October 12th, 2009

Couple months ago I went on the Warped Tour as … a book tour. Yeah, I know. Here’s how it looked. What you won’t see in these photos is how horrible the music was, how mean people were about a table of books, and how HOT it was all summer. This is the Warped Tour, part 1.

Caught up with Castanets' tour in Bloomington on the pre-tour and drank some whiskeys.

Caught up with Castanets' tour in Bloomington on the pre-tour and drank some whiskeys.

Castanets' tourmate Mikey Turner sets off fireworks and me and David Stith and his pal hide behind a tree.

Castanets' tourmate Mikey Turner sets off fireworks and me and David Stith and his pal hide behind a tree.

The much maligned book table. My books.

The much maligned book table. My books.

Wild sumac outside Hartford.

Wild sumac outside Hartford.

The wonderful E. Chris Lynch was along tabling Microcosm Publishing and Deep Roots Animal Sanctuary.

The wonderful E. Chris Lynch was along tabling Microcosm Publishing and Deep Roots Animal Sanctuary.

Early early early morning. Crazy from no sleep.

Early early early morning. Crazy from no sleep.

Eastbound and down.

Eastbound and down.

BIO: Adam Gnade's (guh nah dee) work is released as a series of books and records that share characters and themes; the fiction writing continuing plot-lines left open by the self-described "talking songs" in an attempt to compile a vast, detailed, interconnected, personal history of contemporary American life. Check out recent writing here and songs here. Contact: adam@asthmatickitty.com

Photo Essay: Home

Friday, October 9th, 2009

I’ve lived in a lot of houses and I’ve loved some more than others. This last one is a Portland house, an old wooden monster from 1904, full of ghosts and red floorboards and strange sounds. I’m moving out in a few days so I decided to take some photos to remember what it looked like and how it felt. This is it, from chicken coop to beer pile to lucky Joan of Arc bust. Thanks, house. You’ve been good to us.

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BIO: Adam Gnade's (guh nah dee) work is released as a series of books and records that share characters and themes; the fiction writing continuing plot-lines left open by the self-described "talking songs" in an attempt to compile a vast, detailed, interconnected, personal history of contemporary American life. Check out recent writing here and songs here. Contact: adam@asthmatickitty.com